The family law cases, the most common court orders you will see are child custody agreements, child support orders and alimony payments. Even though they are legally binding, this does not mean that they can’t be changed later on. Family law judges in Michigan understand that situations change, making it necessary to modify a court order to meet the needs of the individual or the family.
At Bebout, Potere, Cox & Bennion, P.C., our attorneys have handled hundreds of family law cases related to a variety of legal issues, including court order modifications. We can recognize when it’s necessary to change an existing court order and can walk you through the process from beginning to end. We can help you – we can be your guides.
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Parents move away – whether for work or other opportunities – which can put a strain on a child custody arrangement. Parental relocations may mean difficulty seeing a child as planned or difficulty returning a child at a specific time each week. What once worked for the family is no longer feasible, which means a modification request is necessary.
Substantial changes to an individual’s financial situation – whether an increase in income or a loss of income — can lead to a court order modification request. While job loss can lead to the reduction or termination of a court order, an increase in income may cause the recipient of payments to ask to have the obligation amount increased.
At Bebout, Potere, Cox & Bennion, P.C., we believe in getting the whole picture before taking legal action, which is why we will let you explain your whole situation before making suggestions on a course of action. We truly care about our clients and want to make sure they are getting the best possible outcome their case can provide.
We will take the time to build a strong personal relationship with you to make sure we’re addressing all of your legal concerns, whether they are on an emotional or financial level.
If you have questions about modifying a court order or simply need help getting started, contact us to schedule a free 30-minute consultationwith our compassionate and talented lawyers. Rochester office at 248-651-4114. We serve clients in Rochester Hills, Oakland County and surrounding areas of Southeast Michigan.