There is an old saying that the only thing that is constant is that things will change. That saying often holds true in divorce and family law cases. Peoples situations change and often times the divorce decree will not accurately reflect your present condition.
If your change is substantial, you may be able to modify the terms of the divorce to reflect your new circumstances. A request for a post-divorce modification usually involves modification of child support, modification of child custody, or modification of a visitation schedule.
Requests for post-divorce modifications can often require a skilled lawyer to properly present your request. At the Delaney Law Firm, we have the experience and skill to assist you with a request for modifying support or possession matters, as well as the information you need to make an informed decision about a course of action to pursue.
To discuss your divorce or family law matter with an experienced Houston divorce lawyer and family law attorney, please call (713) 222-2767.
Houston family law attorney Michael Delaney has more than 20 years experience helping men and women with family law matters, including requests for the following post-divorce modifications:
Child custody modifications and modifications to visitation often include move-aways or relocation, especially if the relocation is a great distance, which can be tricky requests with serious consequence. Therefore, you should seek experienced counsel and advice from a lawyer who has the knowledge and experience to guide you through the decision making process and the legal system.
For additional information and experienced advice regarding post-divorce modifications, including child support and child custody modifications, or to discuss your particular situation with an experienced Houston family law attorney and complex divorce lawyer, please schedule a free initial phone consultation by calling us at (713) 222-2767. If you prefer, may elect to fill out our intake form and we will contact you to schedule a confidential consultation.