Modification Attorney in Decatur
Providing Fair, Balanced & Personable Service
Several aspects of a family law case can change over time. Child support
and child custody are most often at the center of these changes. As children
continue to grow, the terms of support or custody may be revised if the
circumstances are sufficiently different than at the time of the original
case. Revisions to these types of cases are known as modifications. If
you need to seek a modification to your court order, talk to our Decatur
modification attorneys at Gibbs + Mabe, LLC.
We've helped clients in the Decatur area settle these issues time and
time again. Our track record of success is a direct result of the informed
and personable approach that we utilize with every client. Our commitment
to excellent client service and professionalism has been one of the hallmarks
of our practice, and we look to continue this tradition of excellence
by helping you in every way possible.
Talk to us
in a free consultation by phone.
When Can I Request a Modification?
The courts understand that life changes. Court order modifications allow
individuals to modify the terms of their existing court orders if the
circumstances warrant the change. To see whether your situation merits
a court order modification, discuss your requests with our team.
Changes in circumstances that warrant a modification include:
- Increased age of minor children
- Parent relocation
- A change in needs of the child
- Loss of employment
- Subsequent children
All of these factors could result in a recalculation of child support that
effectively updates the terms of the original case. Most modifications
are honored with the interests of minor children as the main focus.
At Gibbs + Mabe, LLC, we can walk you through the modification process
and work to ensure that the new terms adequately reflect your situation.
We make it a point to come up with solutions that are fair and in your
child's best interests. Feel free to discuss your changes and the
potential advantages and disadvantages to requesting a modification.
Give our firm
a call at (404) 471-3874 if you have any questions about your modification requests.