Modification Attorney in Kerrville
Change the Terms of Your Divorce, Child Custody, or Child Support Agreement in Texas
Your life does not remain the same from year to year. The initial divorce decree or custody order is determined based on the details at one point in your life that may not match your current situation. When this happens, terms can be modified. The post-divorce/custody modifications lawyer in Kerrville at The Law Office of Patrick O’Fiel, P.C. has over 20 years of experience walking clients through the process to secure successful outcomes.
When Can I Request a Modification?
The existing custody order must be honored by law until a modification has been implemented by a judge or jury. Losing a job, moving to a different town, or even the needs of the child are common reasons to request a modification. Since our Kerrville family law firm has a deep understanding of Texas law and the needs of families, we can quickly and effectively file a court motion to modify your divorce decree or child custody order.
A Post-divorce Modification Can Apply To:
Am I Eligible for a Modification?
A custody modification can be requested when there is a change of circumstances that affects the well-being or best interest of your child. Our Kerrville modification attorney understands what the judge or jury will need in order to grant your request and tirelessly works to achieve the best possible outcome for your case.
Additional Reasons to Request a Modification Might Include:
- A child is experiencing health complications
- Increase or decrease in income
- Increased childcare costs
- Inherited a substantial amount of money
- Harmful lifestyle of one parent
- One parent moved in with a new partner
- Family violence
- Arrest/criminal charges
Whether you are seeking to increase the amount of spousal support you receive or are looking for more time with a child, our family attorneys in Kerrville can help address your specific needs. We discuss what you are seeking from a modification during a consultation to determine a course of action.