Lawrenceville Divorce & Family Law Attorney

Modification of Support, Custody and Visitation

After a divorce has been finalized and the terms have been worked out regarding child custody, visitation, child support and spousal support, changes may be necessary in the future in order to keep the agreement in working order. A change in income, marriage, a medical condition or a mental disorder are all issues which may affect the terms of a divorce and make modification a necessary step.

A Lawrenceville divorce attorney at Fox Firm, P.C. is familiar with modification proceedings and can help you alter your divorce agreement so it will work. Practicing law in Georgia for more than 20 years, Fox Firm, P.C. have the experience and the dedication necessary to help you reach a successful conclusion in your modification proceedings.

When Modifications to a Divorce Agreement may be Necessary

There are a number of factors which may require a change in your divorce agreement:

  • An emancipated child
  • A child requiring additional medical care or assisted living
  • The deteriorated mental condition of one parent/ex-spouse
  • Drug or alcohol abuse, making living conditions at a parent's house dangerous for the child
  • A new job or career for an ex-spouse, meaning a large increase in income
  • The involuntary loss of a job for an ex-spouse
  • The inability of an ex-spouse or parent to work and make money
  • The marriage of an ex-spouse

If you are experiencing any of the above conditions, we recommend that you consult an experienced family lawyer who can advise you on how to go about applying for and obtaining a modification to your divorce agreement. Fox Firm, P.C. is a law firm who knows how to apply his knowledge in this area and turn it into results for their clients. Regardless of the issue you are facing, Fox Firm, P.C. may be able to help. The firm offers clients the personalized attention that they paid for and deserve!

Contact Lawrenceville divorce and family law attorney at Fox Firm, P.C. today!