McKinney child support attorneys can seem like a lifeline to parents who feel they’ve been forced to pay an unreasonable or unfair amount of money. If you’re in this position, the child support attorneys in McKinney TX with the Law Offices of Rita C. Dixon PLLC may be able to help. Your circumstances may have changed, and those changes may mean your payments are too high under the law. We can fight on your behalf to attempt to modify them.
Child Support Modifications
In order to modify your payments, you should seriously consider getting the help of the McKinney child support attorneys at Rita Dixon Law. We can file a modification request with the court including information on the specifics of the current court order, why the order is now unfair, and the legal grounds that support a modification. If you’ve been laid off or lost your job, the child support attorneys in McKinney TX at The Law Offices of Rita C. Dixon, PLLC may be able to help make your life at least a bit easier.
The parent receiving child support may also be able to modify the amount of child support with the help of the child support attorneys in McKinney TX at the Law Offices of Rita C. Dixon, PLLC. The parent responsible for those payments (the noncustodial parent) may have received a promotion, or come into a substantial amount of money for some other reason. It may be possible to obtain a court order increasing the noncustodial parent’s payment.
While the court’s ultimate priority is the child’s best interests, the child support judge must correctly apply the law in ordering a child support amount. If circumstances have changed, or even if more than three years has elapsed since the original child support court order and there was a difference of 20% or $100.00, utilizing the help of the McKinney child support attorneys at The Law Offices of Rita C. Dixon, PLLC can help you with your child support.
Contact the Law Offices of Rita C. Dixon PLLC
Please contact our McKinney child support attorneys if you want to learn more about the possibility of a child support payment modification. You can give us a call at (817) 768-6333, or you can use our online form.