When children are involved, the Divorce is often not the end of the process, but rather the beginning of an ongoing situation that will likely last for years.
Often, spouses are unable to agree on parenting plans, alimony, support and maintenance, as well as which parent should be the primary custodial parent, or whether there should be a shared-parenting arrangement.
These arrangements must be agreed upon, and for the protection of both parents, and the best interest of the children, should be made in a written court order, or parenting plan.
Our attorneys have years of experience with these situations.
Sometimes our lawyers are able to negotiate on our clients behalf with the opposing spouses attorney, to reach a mutual agreement out of court.
We will, at all times, look at the situation with our clients best interest in mind, as well as the law, to help you make the best of a bad situation.
Sometimes it is necessary to return to court years after the original orders were entered, to deal with things such as:
The Attorneys at All Legal Solutions are here to help.
If you have stopped receiving your court-ordered support, alimony, or other payments, or if the other parent is no longer adhering to their scheduled visitation, you may need to return to court in order to enforce a previously issued order.
In these matters, your Lawyer may file for action with the Wayne County Friend of the Court (WCFOC) to assist you with enforcement.
Sometimes our situations in life change. For this reason, it sometimes becomes necessary to change or modify an Order for Child Support.
For example: The non-custodial parent, at the time of the divorce and original order, made a salary, which recently has been increased, this may mean the non-custodial parent may wish to modify the original order to INCREASE support.
Likewise, the non-custodial parent, loses a job, or takes a pay-cut. They may wish to petition the court to DECREASE their child support obligations under the order.
The Attorneys at ALL LEGAL SOLUTIONS have represented clients on both sides of the situation, and have the experience and knowledge to assist you with the process of changing or modifying a child support order.
Because every situation is different, we offer a FREE CONSULTATION with a Lawyer to our first time clients, to examine in detail the entire circumstances.
We will then advise you accordingly.
Our attorneys speak to people just like you each and every day. If you are facing a similar situation and wish to speak with an attorney, you can click here to schedule a FREE CONSULTATION with a LOCAL, Downriver Child Support Attorney, in our Taylor office today!
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