A number of factors might lead you to revisit the custody, visitation or child support order in your case. Whether you are the person paying or the person receiving the child support, a change in circumstances can require working with a lawyer to petition for a modification.
Contact me, an experienced Fort Bend County divorce modification attorney, by calling 281-201-4879 for help with making this kind of change in your path.
When Circumstances Change, Your Financial Situation May Change, Too
In regard to child custody, you may have started a new relationship or gotten a job offer that would require you to move. Or perhaps you have discovered something about the other parent's behavior or home that makes you worry about your child's safety.
In regard to child support, changes leading to modification petitions after your divorce might include an increase in the child's health insurance rates, loss of a job, a new illness or disability, or discovering that the other parent has a new partner or has not told the truth about the child's expenses.
Whatever your new situation is, an experienced Sugar Land support modification attorney can walk you through what is necessary to meet the court's burden of proof requirements and build a good case for the changes you need.
When you and the other parent can't agree on new child custody, visitation or support arrangements, contact me at my Sugar Land, Texas, office to discuss your needs for child support or custody modification.