Modification of Child Support and Child Custody
Experienced Court Modification Attorneys
Representing Denton County & Collin County
Often, after final orders have been entered by a Judge—whether a Final Decree of Divorce, an Order for Parentage, or an Order in a suit affecting the parent child relationship—it is necessary to return to Court to modify the order.
Frequently, clients hire our attorneys to assist them in
- assisting them in their child custody case.
- making changes to the current possession schedule
- modifying child support
Whatever your issue, we will work hard to deliver effective solutions that are catered to your specific needs. You can always expect to receive attentive counsel that is always available and responsive.
Need to modify an existing court order?
Call (940) 293-2313 to
discuss your matter with our team.
Client-Focused Representation for Modifications
Our family lawyers and legal assistants are experienced in representing clients in matters of seeking to reduce or increase the amount of child support, or seeking to change the parent who has the right to determine the primary residence of the child. Modification cases range from simple agreements and a quick drafting of a new order for the Judge to sign to complex litigation regarding the custody of the children.
Regardless of whether you believe your case to be a simple or complex matter, speak with an experienced Denton & Collin County family lawyer as soon as you believe your child support or child custody situation needs to be modified. Likewise, if you are served with pleadings in a modification suit, you should also talk with an attorney right away.
Our office understands that child support and custody issues are sensitive for all parties involved, and we will do what we can to ensure that the process moves quickly with as little stress as possible for you and your children. We can even handle child support and custody modifications through collaborative law.
Get Dedicated, Professional Advice When You Call (940) 293-2313
To help us help you, please take the time to complete this modification questionnaire before your initial consultation. Your response to these questions will help organize your case and will save you on your attorney’s fees and help you to avoid gathering and assembling information after the case is in progress.
Since your answers are being made to an attorney, your confidentiality is assured and you are protected by the attorney-client privilege.