Child Support Modification Attorney Colorado Springs
Get the Help You Need with Colorado Child Support Modification
The court will issue a child support order when children are involved in a divorce. After the order is handed down, the amount for child support cannot be changed – except through a modification that must be approved by the court. Any parent who pays child support can’t simply skip a month or change the amount they are paying unless they go through a special legal process that can change an existing child support order.
At The Law Office of Andrew Bryant, we do not have to tell you that life is uncertain. Unforeseen circumstances can lead to changes in finances that couldn’t have been anticipated. Parents who have been ordered to pay child support can lose their job and no longer be able to afford the amount that was ordered at the time of the divorce. When these things happen, it may be necessary for the parent to ask for child support modification.
Unfortunately, child support modification in our state can be a complex undertaking. This is where The Law Office of Andrew Bryant comes in. We can help you navigate the process and ensure your rights and interests are considered.