Family Court Order Modifications
Alpharetta Modifcation Attorney
Are you discontent with the orders in place through the court for matters
regarding the custody and support of your children? It is common for circumstances
to change and in turn the needs in the orders change as well. At The Law
Offices of David E. Oles, we understand the need for modifications as
life moves forward. With plenty of experience in the field, our Alpharetta
modification attorney is prepared to help you pursue the orders that you need.
The top 5 characteristics of our firm that set us apart from the rest are:
Morality: We are a BBB Accredited Business that performs ethical and moral legal practices
Customer Service: Attorney David Oles has a 8.7 'Excellent' Avvo Rating
Experience: Attorney Oles has been practicing divorce and family law for 20 years
Dedication: We can take on any modification case, regardless of its complexity
Convenience: We offer a
free case evaluation for you to get started today
Let us help you with your modification needs,
call (770) 648-0744 today.
Eligibility Requirements for a Family Law Modification in Georgia
Child custody and
child support orders are not generally altered unless one parent asks and has a need
for it to happen. For example, if you have lost your job and you need
your child support obligation to be reduced, there is a great chance that
the court will allow a modification. This type of emergency situation
can be an exception to the two-year waiting period of pursuing a modification.
Some of the requirements that the court will need to see in a modification case are:
- The suffering of a hardship
- A substantial change in the income of a parent
- A change in the needs of the child
These types of cases can be brought about before the two year period is
completed. In order for a case to be an exception, a parent must have
either suffered an involuntary loss of income or must have suffered from
the noncustodial parent failing to abide by the
visitation orders. After the two-year period has passed, a parent can ask for a modification
of the visitation schedule without needing to show any change in circumstances.
Custody orders, on the other hand, will still require a significant change
in circumstances to modify. If you have specific questions about your
need for a modification, do not hesitate to give us a call and we can
set up a free case evaluation.
The Law Offices of David E. Oles is Here to Help
Whether you are past the two-year period and looking for a change to your
custody or support order or if you have suffered from an unexpected circumstance
that put you in need of a modification, we can help. We have been helping
individuals pursue modifications since 1995 and have seen it all. Let
us walk you through this process and help you accomplish the changes that you need.
Contact us today to set up your free case evaluation.