Modification cases may relate to a variety of legal cases, including custody (legal decision-making), parenting time, child support, spousal maintenance, and the like. The term “modification” simply refers to the intention of one or both parties to alter or amend previous court orders. It is always in your best interest to have strong legal representation ina modification case in order to ensure you are preserving your rights and interests, proceeding in accordance with the law, and not compromising your legal standing by taking matters into your own hands. At Rolfe Family Law, our committed team assists you in creating a unique plan for moving forward with your modification in a way that represents your best interests and needs. We represent clients involved in a number of modification cases, including:
As your children grow, the financial cost of providing for them grows as well. Allow our lawyers to guide you through the process of ensuring your family’s continued financial security.
Child Custody and Parenting Time
Past court rulings do not always reflect the your children’s best interests. Rolfe Family Law can assist you in making sure that the custody rulings are consistent with the needs of your children and family today, not in the past.
Relocation and Military Relocation
Whether you are hoping to move with your children, or you are hoping to prevent your children from moving, relocation cases are always difficult. Our knowledgeable legal team can provide you exceptional representation for your relocation case.
Spousal Maintenance (Alimony)
If there has been a significant and continuing change in circumstances since your original spousal maintenance award, then you may be entitled to seek a modification of spousal maintenance. You may also find yourself in the position of defending against an unwarranted request to modify spousal maintenance. In either case, the team at Rolfe Family Law can help.
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