Modifications to Child Support Agreements
At Klein Law Group, our child support modification attorneys in Boca Raton, West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale are dedicated to helping clients modify their child support agreements. Child support payments are intended to ensure that both parents continue to provide for their children after a divorce. During the legal proceedings, a mediator or judge will make a ruling regarding the custody and subsequent support assignment of the children in question. Once this agreement is in place, it typically continues until the children reach the age of 18. However, occasionally the circumstances of one or both parents can change, resulting in the need to make changes to the child support arrangement.
If you feel that you may be eligible for a modification to your child support agreement, you will need to file a request and prove that your financial circumstances have undergone a noteworthy change. Contact the attorneys of Klein Law Group, at 561-367-5166 to speak to a knowledgeable member of our legal team about your rights and options today.
Types of Child Support Modifications in Florida
There are two ways in which a parent can request a modification to a child support agreement, but each must be substantiated by a valid change in life circumstances. Such changes can include a change in income, unforeseen health problems, and a loss of employment. If you have experienced one of these situations or a similar problem, you may be eligible for modification to your payments such as:
If one parent requests an alteration to his or her payment plan and the other disagrees, the legal process can become complex. Experienced legal counsel may be able to help you mediate the situation and come to agreeable terms.
If you are in need of an increase or decrease to in child support payments, contact the law offices of Klein Law Group, at 561-367-5166 for a free consultation. Our qualified attorneys are ready to help you understand your rights and options.