Modifications Are Necessary To Maintain Balance
As years go by and people grow older, some changes necessitate the modification of a divorce decree. Changes could follow after:
- A spouse remarries.
- A parent relocates.
- A child turns 18 and becomes a legal adult.
- A parent or ex-spouse loses a job or has a significant change of income, affecting the ability to pay alimony.
It is important that divorce, visitation and other decrees are updated to meet present needs. At the Law Office of Nancy H. Boler, I have been providing families with solid legal representation for over 20 years in divorce and modification cases.
For a free initial consultation, call the Law Office of Nancy H. Boler at 832-539-4689 or contact my family law firm online.
How And Why An Experienced Attorney Can Help
Divorce modifications are usually necessitated by a significant change in circumstances. The most common changes made to divorce decrees involve child custody and visitation rights. As a parent, you have the right to maintain an interference-free relationship with your child. If your spouse is frustrating your effort to have such a relationship, or if you wish to seek extended visitation rights, I can help.
If a parent wishes to relocate, whether due to a new job or school, custody and visitation provisions also may change. As an experienced domestic relations lawyer, I have successfully represented clients who wish to move out of the county, state or country. I have also advocated on behalf of parents who wish to prevent their children from being relocated. In either situation, the best interests of the child are paramount.
Adjustments to a divorce agreement are virtually impossible without the assistance of an experienced lawyer. I will work with you to ensure that your divorce decree accounts for any significant change in circumstances. As with any case, preserving and protecting your interests is my highest priority.