Timesharing, Visitation, Child Support And Spousal Support Modification: What’s a Jacksonville Divorcee To Do?
If your life has just undergone an unanticipated, permanent substantial change in circumstances, a family court judge will consider petitions to alter the original timesharing, visitation, child support or spousal support order. Finnell, McGuinness, Nezami & Andux P.A., asserts your needs before the court to ensure that you are treated fairly in the process. Modifications can be made for several reasons, including a change in differential income, parent relocation, remarriage, needs and the best interests of the children. When dealing with a modification case, judges take many things into consideration, including but not limited to:
- Income of the parties
- Time actually spent with the child by each parent, other siblings, and other significant people in the child’s life
- Consistency of child support
- Any special needs of the child
- If the child’s quality of life will be enhanced by the modification
When dealing with complex family law cases, it is important to contact a lawyer who is both knowledgeable and understanding of your circumstances. The law firm of Finnell, McGuinness, Nezami & Andux P.A., is experienced in the Florida family courts, lending the advantage to your side. To learn more about how Finnell, McGuinness, Nezami & Andux P.A., can assist you in your modifications case, call 904-717-7747 visit either our Jacksonville or Green Cove Springs office or contact us online today.