Last week, we discussed the case of Wiz Khalifa. If you remember, Khalifa is seeking a child custody modification that would allow him more time with his son. That post might have some of our Texas readers wondering if they should seek a child custody modification. There isn't really a single answer for that question that will fit everyone.
We understand how much parents want to spend time with children. When a court-ordered child custody order prevents that, you might want to take action. That is sometimes possible, but only if there is a substantial change in the situation.
We can help you to review your situation to determine if you have the necessary circumstances that would warrant a request for a modification. Even if you need to try to change your child support obligation, we can help you to evaluate the suitability for that.
There might be instances in which a person finds out that the child's other parent is the one seeking a modification. We know how difficult dealing with that situation can be. We can help you to present your side in that case.
In any post-divorce modification hearing, going through the documentation for the modification is vital. You may have to go through financial records, child support records and medical records. Knowing what to look for, and in some cases even getting the records, can be a challenge. We can stand by your side and help you ensure that you have what you need to develop your case for or against a modification.