Birmingham Modification Lawyer
Changing the Terms of a Child Support or Divorce Arrangement
If a change needs to be made after a final divorce decree, you can petition
the court to modify the final judgment. The modification process can allow
for changes in situations such as custody, visitation, and child support.
Though the law allows for modifications, such an action requires a careful
analysis of the changes, preparation of documents and evidence, and proper
court pleadings. This is where an experienced Birmingham family law attorney
can help you succeed.
Modifications for Child Support
Gossman Law Firm, LLC helps families in Alabama get modifications when
needed. If you need to alter the terms of a child support agreement order
after a divorce, we can help. Whether you need to increase the amount
of child support that you receive or if your circumstances have changed
and you need to pay modify your current payment, we can help you petition
the court for a modification. After a final judgment, to petition to modify
begins a new case, and we represent you during the entire case.
There are many reasons for a child support modification including:
- Change of custody
- Change in income
- Medical emergency and health
- Loss of employment
- Change in child's needs
- Changes in circumstances
In the state of Alabama, the Department of Human Resources (DHR) may assist
parties in collecting past due child support and modifications. If DHR
has filed a contempt action against you, we will represent you, and answer
the summons and file counterclaims for you when appropriate. We can assist
you in resolving arrearages, becoming current in child support, and requesting
modifications in future child support payments as necessary.
Talk to a legal professional from
Law Firm, LLC
about the modification you need.
Call (205) 402-8808!
Get Our Attorney on Your Side
If you are considering filing a petition for modification but are confused
by the process or unsure about the merits of your case, Gossman Law Firm,
LLC is just a phone call away. The initial consultation is free, giving
you the chance to familiarize yourself with the laws and to have your
questions answered before committing to a legal action. Should you decide
to proceed with a petition for modification, we can help you prepare the
necessary paperwork, evidence, and documents. The sooner you call, the
sooner we can help.
Tell us about the situation you are in during a free case evaluation.