Post-Divorce Modification Lawyer Serving McKinney And Allen
Custody and support arrangements are meant to be binding, although there are situations where either parent may request a modification to the agreement after a divorce. These modifications are not to be made casually, but only after a significant change in circumstances that affect available finances, physical proximity, or other relevant issues. There could be many reasons that a parent might request a post-divorce modification, including:
- Loss of a job
- Job change
- Remarriage of one of the parents
- Parental disability
- Loss of a home
- Custodial parent relocation
- Romantic cohabitation of parent receiving support
If you believe that your custody arrangement has become unfair due to some drastic change in life circumstance, McKinney post-divorce modification attorney Vonda Kay can help you renegotiate a settlement. Child support modifications can be temporary or permanent, but require swift action as soon as the life change occurs.
Military Relocation Modifications
Many modifications occur in the military, where the high-stress nature of the work often contributes to divorce. Military ex-spouses often have to move away, a change that can necessitate a modification. Recent changes to family law address military modification issues, for example giving automatic visitation rights to grandparents if an ex-spouse is forced to relocate. If your child custody arrangement has been affected by a military relocation, you need a lawyer with an intimate knowledge of the related and evolving Texas laws. With over 10 years of experience as a Texas family law attorney, the Law Office of Vonda Kay can take you step by step through the process of achieving appropriate modifications to your existing custody arrangement. If your divorce agreement seems to be unfair because of a recent change in circumstance, call family law attorney Vonda Kay to discuss your options.