Need to Modify An Existing Child Support Or Child Custody Order?
Child Custody/Parenting Time Modifications
Colorado Springs custody modification lawyer Brian Boal can help you make changes to child custody and parenting time arrangements. In order to make changes, the moving party must show by a preponderance of evidence that the requested change is in the child’s best interests. There are also several important procedural bars to modification that litigants must be aware of to avoid having their case dismissed. Perhaps one parent has gotten a new job that requires a substantially different work shift. Perhaps one parent has gotten remarried. Perhaps one parent will be moving away. Perhaps the child is just older and his or her needs have changed. Whatever the case may be, Brian Boal will work diligently to help you obtain new child custody orders that make sense for you and your children.
Child Support and Spousal Support Modifications
In order to make changes to child support or spousal support, there typically needs to be a substantial and continuing change in circumstances that impacts one or both of the parties. Long-term job loss or a substantial pay cut could be grounds to lower child support payments. On the other hand, a new job and an increase in pay may also increase someone’s monthly support obligation. Child support attorney Brian Boal will represent you to help ensure that the correct amount of child support and/or fair amount of spousal maintenance is being paid or received.
Start The Modification Process with A Consultation
Call at 719-602-2262 or email to discuss your modification case directly with Brian B. Boal. The law firm serves clients throughout El Paso County, Pueblo County, Teller County and in other counties across the Front Range region.