I Need to Modify my Original Divorce Decree for my Children
Are you divorced but need to modify your Final Decree of Divorce for your children? Is there a material change in circumstances, such as financial changes or possession changes? Have you or your Ex changed jobs or moved or can’t agree with the original Order signed? Then you most likely need to file a Suit Affecting The Parent-Child Relationship (SAPCR).
In order to file a SAPCR, you must have a material change in circumstances that warrants a lawsuit. Maybe you changed jobs and make less money than before and need your child support adjusted. Maybe your EX has moved outside of the geographical boundary set in the original Order. Maybe your EX is making more money and you need the child support adjusted. Whatever it may be, Guest & Gray is here to help.
Our team of Family Law Attorneys have the experience and ability to help you address the needs you have and let you know your options. Call us today to schedule your initial consultation.
When you come in, please make sure to bring your original Order with you so that we may be able to see exactly what you currently have in place and how we can propose an adjustment.
It’s important to remember to be completely honest with your attorney about any areas of your life that could concern your case. Attorney-Client Privilege allows you to tell your attorney anything without it being available to the opposing party. Keeping even the smallest detail to yourself that’s germane to your case could be something that your attorney needs to know to serve you best.
We look forward to serving you with excellence during this process.