COURT ORDER MODIFICATIONS
DIVORCE MODIFICATION ATTORNEY IN ORLANDO, FL
During and after a divorce, Florida family courts issue orders for child custody, child support, and spousal support in order to protect individuals from undue hardship because of marriage dissolution. Unmarried parents of children can also request support from the other parent, and victims of domestic violence can request an injunction of protection against domestic violence. These court orders are intended to be extremely beneficial.
Problems can arise, however, when one or both parties experience a serious change in circumstance. For example, a supportive parent or spouse could lose their job or other significant source of income, making it impossible for them to afford their support payments. Parental relocation with a child could affect a parenting agreement and time-sharing. Anyone whose circumstances have changed in a way that affects their ability to comply with a court order should not hesitate to speak with an Orlando family lawyer. If you do not request a modification of your court order and prove to the court that you are unable to comply due to circumstances, you could be held in contempt of court.
HIRE AN ORLANDO COURT ORDER MODIFICATION LAWYER
The Fisher Legal Group is a skilled firm that has helped numerous Orlando-area residents with family law matters of all kinds. Our firm collaborates on cases in order to achieve the best possible results and will keep you involved in the decision-making process. We will build a strong case and can present your case to the court so that the judge recognizes your change in circumstances and modifies your order. Some court orders can also be modified outside of court through negotiation, such as child support and parenting time. Contact an attorney from our firm today to learn more through a complimentary case evaluation!
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