Child Custody And Support Modifications
There are a variety of reasons why a child support order, custody order or visitation schedule may need to be modified. We help you when a change in circumstances warrants a modification. We frequently assist parents who are looking to modify an order or agreement because of a disability, a job loss, an increase in the other side’s income or a different reason.
At Thompson, Wallin & Cunningham, LLC, we can guide you through each step of this process. We will work with you to determine a modification that makes sense for your situation – one that a family law judge is likely to approve of.
Protecting Your Rights And Interests
Our Newnan-based child support modification attorneys help families in Coweta County and elsewhere across Middle Georgia with:
- Modification of child support
- Modification of child custody
- Modification of parenting time
If you lost your job or the other parent got a significant raise, you may have valid reasons to modify your child support payments. If you would like to modify a visitation schedule because of a job schedule change or so you will have more time with your child, call us. We can guide you through the legal system and help you resolve your family law challenge.
Do You Have A Legally Binding Modification?
We frequently help clients who come to us after they made informal agreements with their child’s other parent. Often, the paperwork lacks critical details and has been filed improperly. Attempting to modify an agreement informally without a lawyer can mean jeopardizing your rights and can do more harm than good.
We can help you file the correct paperwork with the appropriate terms so that a modification is legally binding.
Turn To An Attorney You Can Trust To Protect Your Rights
Find out how our legal team can help you resolve your child custody or support modification or any family law challenge.