Suffolk County Modification Proceeding Lawyers
Life Is Full of Change. We Can Help.
After adivorce or family proceeding, the court will outline a person's legal and financial responsibilities with regard to child support, spousal support, visitation rights, child custody, and other familial issues. However, when certain circumstances in life change, a person may need to request a modification in regards to their obligation over those issues.
People may experience a job loss, sudden illness, a reduction in benefits, custody problems, or they may have to relocate, etc. Whether the change in life is personal or financial, our Suffolk County modification proceeding lawyers at The Meyers Law Group, P.C. handle modification proceedings to readdress these issues.
Contact us online or call(631) 496-1484 to schedule a same-day appointment with our team.
Common Reasons for Modification
When a request has been made to make a change regarding visitation, child support, spousal support, child custody, and equitable distribution, the court must reexamine the judge's original stipulations. If the judge feels a modification to the original order is valid and in everyone's best interest, the court may amend or modify the current order and draft a completely new order to reflect the new circumstances that have arisen. At The Meyers Law Group, P.C., our team has guided, advised, and represented hundreds of clients through their modification proceedings.
We have helped clients seek modifications for the following reasons:
- An increase or decrease in the amount of child support or spousal support a person is required to pay
- An increase in child support to help finance education, healthcare, daycare, etc.
- A change in regards to child custody and visitation arrangements
- A change regarding the distribution of marital property and assets
Aggressive Advocacy for Your Proceeding
If you are interested in seeking a modification for a current court order regarding child support, visitation rights, spousal support, or other any family related issue, you should enlist an experienced modification proceeding attorney from The Meyers Law Group, P.C. to assist you with your needs. We are well-versed in this area of the law, and utilize that knowledge to help our clients achieve success in court. Our firm proudly represents clients in Long Island, Suffolk County, and Nassau County.
We provide all of our clients with viable options, multiple resources, individualized attention, and aggressive representation. Furthermore, we are always available to meet with our clients to discuss any problems, questions, or concerns they may have. Above all, we are dedicated to protecting our clients' rights, and making sure justice is served.
If you need to make modifications, call us at (631) 496-1484 to provide counsel.