Butler County Modification of Child Support
Let Our Child Custody Attorneys Help You Navigate This Difficult Process
Life rarely works out like people hope it might. After a divorce, people often expect things will get better, and sometimes they’re right. However, when disaster strikes, you may not always be able to meet the obligations placed on you by court order. For example, if you’re a parent who is paying child support, you may not be able to make the monthly payment after losing your job or being demoted. If this happens, you need to modify your child support order.
Talk to one of our skilled Butler County family law attorneys about your case as soon as you find out about your job loss. We can help you file a modification with the court so your payments will not overwhelm you and put you at risk of going to jail. The Meadows Law Firm has more than 20 years of experience to offer your case.
Get started by calling us at (513) 334-0777 or filling out our online form today!
What Is a Modification?
The courts understand that when life changes, people’s financial situation might also change. The modification is an administrative review process during which a court re-evaluates a child custody case to reflect on the current financial situation of both parties. The result of the evaluation determines whether the child support amount can be altered.
Either parent or guardian can ask for a change in the support order, and some reasons for qualifying for a review include unemployment (through no fault of your own) for at least 30 consecutive days or a 30% decrease in gross income for a period of 6 months because of circumstances beyond your control.
Talk to Our Skilled Attorneys About Your Case Today
If you need help determining whether you might be eligible for a custody modification, or you need someone to help you file for modification, we can assist. Our skilled Butler County child custody attorneys are dedicated to helping people meet their legal goals. We have more than 20 years of legal experience to offer your case, and our lawyers have worked with many Ohio residents on their family law cases throughout that time. Let us take a look at your situation and offer recommendations on your best course of action.
Contact us at (513) 334-0777 or fill out our online form to schedule a free case consultation today.