Once a particular court order has been established in family law, it is possible to work toward a modification. Modifications can be made to:

  • Parenting plans
  • Time sharing schedules
  • Child support
  • Spousal support/alimony

Ultimately the only family law order that is not modifiable is equitable distribution – when a court orders division of property, it is not reversible.

In any modification, it is important to establish that there has been an unanticipated and substantial chance in circumstances since the initial order was established. When a child is involved it must be established that the modification is in the child’s best interest. In the case of support, it is possible to file for an alteration in the case of unexpected economic changes (layoff, promotion, etc.). These modifications typically relate to child support – alimony modifications are often more difficult to pursue. All of these issues require a comprehensive understanding of family law that only an experienced lawyer can bring to the table.

Florida Visitation Modification Attorney

Garrick N. Fox Attorney At Law is prepared to bring the comprehensive knowledge we have honed in more than 45 years of experience to deeply understand the modification issues that you are facing and help you work ideally to the best possible outcome. We are unyielding in our commitment to our clients and encourage you to reach out if you have any questions.

To discuss alimony modification or other post-judgment modification issues in a free consultation with a Daytona Beach child support modification attorney, contact our law office in Daytona Beach, Florida, at 386-492-8962 .

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