When parents separate, child support payments are designed to provide for each child’s care and shelter. However, circumstances may change that may require a decrease or increase in the amount ordered by the court. Any change in the amount of child support to be paid requires a new court order, which is why having an experienced family law attorney on your side can help you obtain the most favorable outcome in court.
If you are interested in modifying your child support payments, let Gutheinz Law Firm, LLP protect your rights and best interests throughout the legal process. With over three decades of collective legal experience, our Pearland legal team will review the facts and circumstances of your case, figure out all your legal options, and guide you through the complexities of family law court.
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Although you can legally change the way you make your monthly child support payments, modifying the court-ordered amount requires a court order. If certain circumstances in your life have a significant impact in the way you can pay child support, you may be eligible for review and modification.
You are eligible for child support modification if one (or more) of the following applies to your case:
Here are common examples of a material and substantial change in circumstances:
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