Divorce Modification Lawyer in Westchester County
Changes in Circumstances May Warrant Modification
At Friedman & Friedman, Attorneys at Law, we know that circumstances
change, and sometimes child support agreements made at the time of the
divorce need to be altered down the road. Our lead founding attorney received
the Leadership in Law Award for 2012 from
Long Island Business News, a testament to her hard work and tenacity in fighting for her clients
No matter how carefully the two parties in a divorce negotiate agreements
child support and
child custody, there may come a time when that arrangement is no longer working. If
a parent moves to another city, falls seriously ill, or loses a job, for
example, these new factors will need to be taken into consideration when
re-evaluating if the current arrangement is still best meeting the child's needs.
Likewise, a new medical diagnosis for a child could affect support. Either
party can request a modification when a parent's income has shifted
in either direction by 15% or more, or when 3 years have passed since
the initial agreement.
Work with Our Experienced Westchester County Divorce Attorney
At our office, we believe firmly in the right of every parent to participate
in the life of his or her child, barring cases of domestic violence. The
exact nature of this involvement is fluid, of course, and subject to change
as time goes on and both of the parents as well as the child experience
significant life changes.
Our divorce attorneys in Westchester County know that you want the best
for your child, so let us help you in seeking the most beneficial agreement
possible. We have the utmost respect for those who raise children, and
we will protect and fight for your rights as a parent throughout this
process. If you are considering requesting a modification to your previous
child support/custody or spousal support arrangement,
call our office to learn more about how we can help you.