Many people believe that once the court has made its decisions about custody, support, visitation and other matters, the decisions are permanent. This is not always the case. The fact is, circumstances change over time: income changes; relationships between parents and children change; children grow older and their needs change; people get new jobs, lose jobs, get remarried and more. This is why the legal system makes it possible for certain orders in a divorce case to be modified, and in some cases, changed completely.
At Crider Law, we have extensive experience helping people modify court orders. Contact us today to discuss how your circumstances, or those of your former spouse, have changed. We will fight aggressively in court on your behalf to ensure your interests are protected.