Attorney Fagan’s eBook Reviews Modifications to Child Support and Visitation
After your divorce, your life circumstance may change and lead you to request modifications to the provisions about child custody and/or child support in your divorce court order. In Texas, the law requires that parents support their children until they turn 18 or graduate from high school, depending on which one happens first.
Whether you wish to change your visitation agreement or your child support payments, working with a reputable family law attorney is important to increase your chances of success. Their detailed understanding of Texas laws, including any policy changes that may have happened since a court finalized your divorce, help you take adequate steps to request your desired modifications.
Attorney Fagan compiled this eBook to answer typical questions divorced parents have about how they can modify their visitation agreement, the financial support they provide for their child, or both. This includes special cases such as military families.
Throughout this eBook, Attorney Fagan addresses:
- General Texas rules to modify child support
- Common reasons to modify child support
- How to modify child support
- Grounds for visitation modifications
- Out of court options
- And more
Fill out the form below to download this eBook for free. Keep in mind that this practical eBook cannot replace talking directly to a family law attorney. If you are interested in filing a petition to modify your visitation schedule or a motion to modify the support order, we recommend that you schedule a consultation with The Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC.
Working with a compassionate family law attorney is important to protect your parental rights and keep your child’s best interest at heart. Our lawyers can advise you on what course of action to pursue and represent you at every stage of the legal process.
If you want to modify a court order about visitation schedule or child support in Houston, schedule a consultation with The Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC, by contacting ustoday at (281) 810-9760.