Need a Modification?
Contact a Trusted Houston Modification Attorney
support arrangements are necessary for many couples and families to continue to
function in a healthy way. However, what happens if circumstances suddenly
change and these arrangements are no longer suitable? Then it might be
necessary to seek a modification.
Modifications are most common for
divorced couples, but are possible for any family or couple that is sharing custody of
a child or has a support or
maintenance agreement. At
Torres Law, P.C., I have assisted countless individuals and families adjust their court
approved arrangements with a modification over the last ten years. Over
that time, I have become well-versed in this process and am ready to handle
any complication or obstacle that stands in the way of you and your family
reaching a new agreement.
Get the assistance you need today.
Call my firm to retain a proven and skilled Houston modification lawyer ready to put
your interests first.
Common Reasons for Modification
Whether they are established by a couple or court ordered, custody and
support agreements are carefully considered. Convincing and compelling
reasons need to be presented to the court in order to have grounds for
a legitimate modification.
Common reasons for a modification include:
- A drastic change in income
- Remarriage by one of the parties
- Sudden change in a child's environment or well-being
- Serious health issues of children or parents/caregivers
- A custodial parent has given custody of child to someone else
- Relocation of one of the parties
- The death of a child or one of the parties
Filing a motion for modification can be complex and the State of Texas
enforces a strict timeline and criteria for these actions. That is why
it is so critical to first speak with a
family law attorney and make sure that your modification stands the very best chance
at being approved. At my firm, I am ready to hear from you, review you
circumstances, and determine the best course of action at modifying your
custody, visitation, or child or spousal support agreement.
Start the process today. Contact a Houston modification lawyer now to schedule