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Lake Mary Modification of Final Orders Attorney

Life is not static; we all go through periods of substantial change. Be it from getting a new job, being diagnosed with a serious medical condition, going back to school, or coping with the death of a loved one, it can have a drastic effect on past court orders, such as child support. Spousal support, child support, and parenting plans are all subject to modifications during major life events. Whether you hope to petition the court to make a modification, or you desire the current order to remain in effect, an experienced Lake Mary modification attorney at the Troum Law Firm, P.A. can help you accomplish your goals.

Child Support Modification

Under Florida statute 61.13, the court may agree to modification of a final order “if there is a substantial change in the circumstances of the parties,” or if the modification is in the child’s best interest. Examples of substantial changes in the circumstances of each party include:

  • A parent losing a job;
  • A parent gaining a job, getting a raise, receiving a large bonus, or getting a promotion;
  • Another major change in either parent’s income;
  • Either parent being hospitalized for a major illness or injury;
  • The child’s medical condition changes, resulting in different medical needs;
  • Education needs of the child change; and
  • More

Spousal Support Modifications

Under Florida statute 61.14, spousal support, just like child support, is subject to modification if the petitioner can prove a change in circumstance for either of the ex-spouses. Changes in circumstances may include:

  • The receiving spouse gets remarried;
  • A major change in health for either party, or a major change in one’s ability to work;
  • A major change in income for either party (including job loss or being hired);
  • Medical insurance needs or changes;
  • Retirement of the paying spouse;
  • Large inheritance by either spouse; and
  • More.

Child Custody and Visitation Modifications

There are many specific reasons why a judge would change a parenting plan order, but they all fall under the category of the child’s best interests. Examples of why a modification would be granted include:

  • Change in health of either parent;
  • Child is in danger;
  • Living arrangement of a parent changes;
  • A parent decides to move to a new city or state;
  • One of the parents is not following the custody or visitation order; and
  • More.

Contact One of Our Lake Mary Modification of Final Order Attorneys Today

A modification can have a drastic impact on your and/or your child’s life, either good or bad. Here at the Troum Law Firm, P.A., we assist clients with modification orders by compiling evidence in support of their goals. As a single mother, your income coupled with the meager child support payments the father pays simply may not be cutting it. As the larger ex-earning spouse, you may be asked to increase your alimony payments, when in fact you cannot get by on less. As a father with visitation rights being denied by the child’s mother, you have a right to petition the court for more time, and potentially custody. No matter your goal, we can help. Contact us today at 321-428-2247 to schedule a free consultation.

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