Call us if your circumstances have changed significantly after the issuance of your divorce or child support order or any other family court order. We will explain to you whether or not you may have a basis to seek a modification of a previous court order.
Our law firm represents clients in a variety of modification proceedings, including:
- Modification of child custody
- Modification of the possession schedule
- Modification of child support (either increase or decrease)
- Geographic Relocation by either party
Where do I start to modify an existing court order?
If you believe either party’s or child’s circumstances have materially and substantially changed and are seeking the modification of a custody order, child support order, or a possession order, you should consult with one of our experienced family law attorneys. We will personally meet with you to review the facts of your case. If your modification involves a change in the custody of a child, you must be prepared to demonstrate that the change will be in the best interest of the child. If a modification is warranted, we will help you with the best possible and affordable procedure to modify the court order.
What if I want to relocate out of the county or state?
In Texas, the court has the authority to restrict a custodial parent from moving to a new state or moving to a location of significant distance that may affect the visitation rights of the non-custodial parent. A custodial parent who wishes to move to a new location must obtain the agreement of the non-custodial parent or permission from the court. We can help advise you about the types of situations that may justify a relocation. We can explain and take you through the process which may include the preparation of a social study. The social study will demonstrate to the court whether relocation would be in the child’s best interest. Our law firm represents parties who are seeking to relocate; and, we also represent parties opposing the relocation.
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