Modification of Orders in GA
Atlanta Family Law Attorneys
Life brings about many unexpected surprises, and circumstances often change.
This is especially true with respect to family circumstances and financial
statuses following a
divorce. With this knowledge in mind, the State of Georgia allows for parties
to revisit and modify existing terms for alimony, child support, child
custody, and child visitation. Whether you have lost your job, had personal
relationships change with your ex-spouse or children, or anything in between,
exploring options for a modification may be in your best interest.
At The Manely Firm, P.C., we can help you create a modification for:
today to learn more about how our team of Georgia family law attorneys
can help you get the outcome you need.
Modifications Due to Changing Financial Circumstances
Often, companies will downsize and layoff employees. When these employees
have financial obligations stemming from a divorce, they should not be
expected to pay the same amount if they no longer have the financial means
to do so. If you are facing a drastic change in income, it is critical
to retain the services of experienced Georgia family law attorneys who
can help you modify your child or spousal support. Failing to do so can
have negative consequences stemming from unpaid support that continues
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Modifications Due to Changing Family Circumstances
While decisions regarding children following a divorce may have worked
for your family at one point, situations and families quickly change.
Whether you have relocated, have changing job responsibilities, or some
other circumstance arises, you may want to consider a modification to
child custody or visitation orders. Our
Georgia family lawyers are well-prepared to assist both individuals and families with modification-related
legal issues, and are ready to help you.
To schedule your free initial consultation, call us
at (678) 616-2605 (local) or (888) 930-9165 today!