Modifying court orders after a divorce in Texas

Divorce settlement agreements and final court orders are based on your circumstances at the time of the case. In the years to come, circumstances can change. You may get a new career or wish to move away to another state with your children. If there has been a significant change in circumstances, you may need to revisit existing child custodychild support, and spousal support (alimony) arrangements.

Making changes to child support

Texas child support guidelines are used to calculate initial determinations of child support as well as child support modifications. Our family law team seeks the most favorable result for changes to child support payments. It must be shown that there has been a significant change in material circumstances. For example, a significant increase in income, a significant decrease in income, remarriage, or changes to child custody and visitation may merit a modification.

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Altering child custody agreements

Our law firm knows that any issue involving your children's best interests will be important to you. We advocate for your parental rights and for the best interests of your children. Child custody modifications can arise because of parental relocation, a child's request to spend more time with one parent, or any number of factors. If there has been a change in circumstance, and if modifying the existing child custody arrangement is in the best interest of the child or children, the court will grant the modification.

A lawyer ensures a fair deal

If you're in need of a modification or are dealing with one, it is best to seek an attorney experienced in these matters. The Jeff Gilbert Law Office will help you secure a fair arrangement beneficial to you and your children. Explain your need to attorneys who are ready to listen. Contact the Jeff Gilbert Law Office.