Making Modifications to Existing Court Orders
At Taylor & Waldrop Attorneys, we don't just guide our clients through the divorce process, but we also help them after their divorce is finalized. We assist our clients with petitioning for modifications to court orders. Because circumstances can change, modifications can be made to existing court orders in order to reflect these changes. For example, a serious illness can affect someone's earning capacity, which can prevent him from paying child support.
We can help you seek modifications for the following:
- Time sharing / child custody agreements
- Child support orders
Our legal team can help you make a modification petition that is best aligned with your current situation and your goals. We strive to offer all of our clients with personalized legal services to increase the likelihood of a successful case result.
No matter how complex your modification issue may seem, we will pursue the most positive case outcome possible on your behalf. We will personally make sure that your petition is filed in an appropriate manner. Your case will be treated as our top priority.
Call our St. Augustine divorce attorneys for reliable legal guidance!
We would be happy to review the details of your finalized court order and begin petitioning for a modification. We understand that the final result of your modification case can significantly impact your future. We wish to help you obtain the court order changes you need in order to make sure your interests—and those of your child—are met.
For the caring and results-driven legal representation you need for your divorce case, turn to us at Taylor & Waldrop Attorneys.
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