Colleyville Child Support Modification Attorneys
When a couple divorces, neither parent loses their responsibility to provide support for their child. Typically, the non-custodial parent is required by law to make financial contributions toward supporting the child in a manner similar to that which would be expected if the couple were still together. However, changes in circumstances after the establishment of a child support agreement may warrant the modification of the terms. However, because a child support order is established and enforced by the court, any changes must be pursued through the same channels.
If you believe that you should be receiving more in child support or paying less to better reflect the current state of affairs, it is important to speak with a skilled and experienced family law attorney about your situation. Contact Colleyville child support modification attorneys of Alexander & Associates by calling 817-756-4040 today.
Reasons for Modification
Either spouse may have reasons for modifying child support. Our compassionate and committed legal team can help you with:
Increasing or decreasing child support depends on several factors. A parent may seek a modification in case of the following:
- An increase in the payer’s financial resources
- A decrease in the payer’s financial resources
- Changes in child custody arrangements
- Changes in the cost of caring for the child
At Alexander & Associates, our Colleyville child support modification attorneys can help you to pursue a change to the terms of your current child support agreement if new considerations make such an adjustment appropriate. Contact us at 817-756-4040.