MODIFYING PRIOR ORDERS
Life can be unpredictable. You need to ensure that your existing orders are workable for you and your family’s current situation and that they are in the best interests of your children. Texas law allows for a prior order to be modified in several instances. Both child support orders, custody orders, and visitation orders are all subject to change.
If you or your children have gone through any material and substantial changes in circumstance since the date of your last order, you may be entitled to a change in custody, a reduction or increase of your child support, a modification of your visitation schedule, or all of the above. You need a family law attorney that can give you the best legal advice possible to chart the best course of action for you and your family.
Contact our family law attorneys today to discuss how we can help put you and your family in the best position possible based on your current situation.