Modifications Attorney in Austin
Skilled Post-Divorce Modification Lawyer
Although divorces are permanent, there are some provisions in a divorce decree that are not set in stone. With the help of our Austin modifications lawyer, you may be able to change some aspects of your divorce order. Alternatively, if your spouse is seeking to modify one or more aspects of your divorce decree, the Law Office of Matthew J. Meese, PLLC may be able to help you prevent it. Let us help you find a solution to your concerns.
To discuss your matter with a knowledgeable divorce attorney, call (512) 357-8563 now or contact our firm online.
When Divorce Orders Can Be Modified
Whether people like it or not, life is always filled with change. Texas law acknowledges this fact in matters pertaining to divorces. If you believe that any of the provisions in your divorce decree need to be altered, you may file a petition for modification as soon as one year after the judge signed the order.
Aspects of a divorce order that can be modified include:
- Spousal support
- Child support
- Child custody and visitation
Texas courts generally only allow for divorce modifications when one or more parties have experienced a substantial change in circumstances.
Circumstances that may warrant modifications of existing orders include changes in:
- Income level
- Relationship status
- Medical condition
- Child’s preference
- The child’s needs
- Criminal record
- Treatment of the child
Qualified Legal Help with Post-Divorce Modifications
If you are looking for help with modifying your divorce decree, enlist the support of our Austin modifications lawyer. The Law Office of Matthew J. Meese, PLLC can ensure you take the proper steps required to obtain or prevent a post-divorce modification.
Schedule an initial case evaluation today, by calling (512) 357-8563.