Once child support and child custody have been established by a court in a divorce action or legitimation action, they can be modified under certain circumstances. The circumstances and conditions under which this can occur are often complicated. It is important for you to obtain good advice on whether or not to pursue a modification of parenting time or child support, or both.
Although you may think your particular circumstances certainly warrant a modification of your parenting time or child support, you may not have a viable case. The last thing you want to do is to pay an attorney thousands of dollars to pursue a case with little chance of success and put you in the unenviable position of having to also pay the attorney’s fees and expenses of litigation of the opposing party. Tom Camp can help.