Family Law Modifications Attorneys
Ideally, the terms of your divorce decree or child custody arrangement were based on the circumstances and needs of the parties involved. But even a well-crafted family law decree that served your loved ones well at the time may no longer be appropriate. Fortunately, it is possible to go back and make changes to key terms, such as the level of child support or your children’s living arrangements.
Located in Killeen, the law firm of Michalk, Beatty & Alcozer, L.P., serves family clients throughout Texas. For more than 25 years, our lawyers and staff have assisted clients with post-decree modifications. We are prepared to help you, whether you are seeking to make a change to a family law decree or are contesting your ex’s proposed changes. Most of all, we will help you fight for what is best for your family.
Post-Decree Modification Representation You Can Rely On
Contact us if you are involved in possible modification of any family law decree, including:
- Divorce and property division
- Child custody and visitation
- Spousal maintenance (alimony)
- Child support
As life goes on, what made sense when you first got divorced or made co-parenting arrangements may not be possible, practical or necessary anymore. For example, a parent paying child support may now have more children to support or may be making a significantly higher income. Or you may want to move further away from your co-parent and change the child custody decree accordingly.
How We Help You Get Through Modification Disputes
Without proper legal representation, a dispute over a proposed family law modification can be emotionally charged and end with an unfair result. When you retain an attorney with Michalk, Beatty & Alcozer, L.P., you gain an ally who will take the mystery out of family law and listen to you as you describe your concerns and needs. As friendly as we are with our clients, we are tough litigators because we are committed to getting results.