Seasoned Cobb County, Georgia, Post-divorce Modification Attorney
Life does not always stay the same. The conditions that your divorce was based on may change. Since those conditions may have been used to determine child support, child custody and spousal support, these arrangements may need to change as well. At the law office of F. Marian Weeks, we can help you make the changes you need.
E-mail us or call us at 770.884.6296 to schedule a free 30-minute consultation about alimony/spousal support, child custody or child support modifications with a trusted lawyer.
Since 1980, our firm has brought a commitment to personal care and aggressive representation to every family law case we handle. We are available to serve people in Cobb, Cherokee, and Paulding Counties.
To seek modification of custody or visitation or to change child support, there must have been a significant change in circumstances, income and financial status of either party or the needs of the child. This change has to have impacted the welfare of the child or altered one parent's ability to care and support the needs of the child.
Petitions to modify child support are restricted on how often they can be filed. We believe it is critical that it is done right the first time to prevent you from having to wait to try it again. At our firm, we believe in preparation. Attorney F. Marian Weeks will thoroughly review your situation to make sure all facts have come to light. She will then work hard to get you the results you need to move forward with your life.
In some cases, the alimony from the original divorce may be modified. This modification of alimony can be based on a change in the needs of the person receiving or the ability of the other party to pay.
A critical area of post-divorce modification involves parental relocation. If you are considering moving with your child or if you have been informed that your former spouse is considering moving away with your child, we can help. We will work closely with you to learn about your situation and explain your legal options. We will then guide you toward the path that is most suitable for meeting your needs. We are here to help.
E-mail us or call us at 770.884.6296 to learn more about how to change agreements or court orders regarding child support, child custody or spousal support.