While most aspects of a divorce decree are final, certain modifications can be made to child support, custody and alimony arrangements. Modifications can occur only if there has been a significant change of circumstances.
At Rubinstein, Holz & King, P.A., we represent clients in a variety of family law matters, including divorce order modifications. We know that every client's situation is personal, so we will provide you with focused, intelligent representation throughout your case. Our goal is to help you find workable solutions that are in the best interests of your children and family.
To talk to a skilled lawyer about your divorce or family law matter, call us at 239-332-3400.
Knowledgeable Lee County Child Custody Change Attorneys
Under Florida law, circumstances that qualify as a significant change may include:
- A geographic relocation that may affect parenting plans and visitation arrangements
- Income changes due to a job loss, salary increase or a new marriage or relationship that may affect child support and alimony
Our Fort Myers child support change lawyers have more than 50 years of combined experience and have dedicated their careers to assisting clients with family law issues. If you feel your situation warrants a post-divorce judgment modification, one of our lawyers will meet with you to evaluate your circumstances.
If you need help with a family law matter, call us at 239-332-3400. Our office is located in downtown Fort Myers, Florida, at the corner of Jackson and Bay Streets on the third floor of the Tidewater Building. We accept Visa, Master Card, American Express and Discover credit card payments.