Existing orders of the Court sometimes need to be modified, either because circumstances change, because the original orders have become difficult or impossible to uphold, or because of the passing of specified amounts of time. The orders may have worked at one time but have become increasingly challenging to adhere to. If the orders previously obtained need to be changed, it is common practice to modify existing orders.
If an order of the Court has become unworkable or outdated and needs to be changed or modified to best serve the needs of the current situation, then you may need an Attorney for Modification of Orders. Each case is unique, and I understand how important it is to address both the immediate and long-term needs of my clients and their families.
If you need to modify existing orders to better serve your situation, then contact me today and ask me about helping you as your Attorney for Modification Existing Orders… I can help you, and I want to!