Child Custody, Child Support And Spousal Support Modifications
Simply modifying a divorce judgment or order is not all that simple. You must be able to prove substantial change of circumstance — a change so significant that you are entirely unable to fulfill the terms of the original agreement or order.
Modifying Child Support Or Spousal Support
- Job loss
- Salary reduction
- Business loss
- Asset loss
- Severe medical condition
- Serious accident that prevents you from working
The recipient of support payments may also seek modification of orders if it can be shown that the spouse making support payments did not disclose certain assets or income when the initial judgment was made.
Modifications, if necessary, will be made in your child’s best interests. Without attorney representation, your best interests may not be adequately protected, and the proper argument may not be made for your child’s best interests.
Modifying Child Custody Orders
At El Kodssi Law Firm in Dearborn, we always place children’s best interests first. The Michigan family law court does the same.
If you wish to modify your visitation schedule, parenting plan or custody order, it is critical to seek the assistance of an experienced lawyer. Mr. El Kodssi has over 15 years of legal experience. He has been handling family law matters for clients in the U.S. since 2005, and he also resolves international child custody disputes for clients in the U.S. and abroad.
Our firm has a wealth of experience and a record of success with modifications of judgments and orders on behalf of our clients.
Whether you are concerned for your child’s safety, are seeking more quality time with your child or feel that your parental rights are marginalized, please get in touch with us to discuss your legal options.
Speak With Hayssam A. El Kodssi About Modification
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