When you and your ex decided to part ways, your alimony and child support agreements were likely determined based on what seemed to be a stable income. Circumstances change, however, and now, your once manageable support payments make it nearly impossible for you to cover your other expenses. In the midst of financial difficulty, you may be able to achieve a support modification, but it won’t be easy. It’s in your best interest to work with Mary Beth Ayvazian, who can help you achieve a fair modification and get back on your feet.
Modifying Child Support and Alimony
Whether you have lost your job or are struggling to cover significant medical bills, the last thing you need right now is to worry about hefty child support and alimony payments. If your financial situation is carefully documented, you may be able to secure modified terms. It is imperative that you act quickly and contact a lawyer — ideally one with a solid background in family law.
Modifying Child Custody and Visitation
Typically, divorce modifications involve the financial aspects of divorce — especially child and spousal support. In some cases, however, the parent’s goal is to establish a closer relationship with his or her children. Depending on the circumstances, it may be possible to secure more parenting time. This is especially likely if the custodial parent has in any way harmed his or her children.
Getting it done: Modifications at Ayvazian Law, P.L.L.C.
Modifications are notoriously difficult to come by, but your case is far from hopeless. With solid legal support from one of the Worcester area’s most passionate attorneys, you can achieve a fair and desirable resolution. Mary will work hard to ensure that your divorce agreement is properly amended.