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MODIFICATION OF CHILD SUPPORT AND CONSERVATORSHIP

MODIFICATION OF CHILD SUPPORT AND CONSERVATORSHIP

When you have an order regarding a child, whether it is a Temporary Order, a Final Decree of Divorce, or an Order in a Suit Affecting the Parent-Child Relationship, it is possible to try to modify that order.  However, modifying your order on child support and custody may be extremely difficult and the burden of proof that you will have to meet may be very heavy depending on when in your litigation process you are filing your petition to modify.

Because it can be onerous to change an Order on custody, visitation or child support, it is important that you do not enter in an agreement based on a promise that is not written in the agreement.  It is also important that you not enter into an agreement or Order with the assumption that you can simply change the Order at a later time.
If you want to modify a court order, it is a good idea to call an attorney to review your options.  Please call one of our San Antonio family law attorneys at (210) 233-6021.
This article is intended for general information only and is not intended to constitute legal advice.  The information or materials you obtain on this website is not applicable to any specific individual, situation, or set of facts.  Our San Antonio family law attorneys are prepared to assist you with your case.   Please call us for a free initial consult.

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