Modification of Child Support in Suffolk County
Suffolk County Child Support Attorney: Modifications
The terms and amount of your original child support agreement may not accurately
represent your current living situation. Child support exists to lessen
the financial impact of a divorce on the parent granted custody. In some
cases the parent with physical custody of the child does not have the
means necessary to provide adequately for the child. The court orders
the other parent to pay out a certain amount to help support the child.
Over the years any number of events or circumstances may render the original
terms of the child support agreement or order no longer viable. If you
would like to modify the terms of your child support upward or downward,
it is very important that you seek the assistance of a Suffolk County
Child Support Lawyer serving Long Island, Babylon, Brookhaven, Huntington,
Islip, Smithtown, Riverhead and East Hampton
Throughout the course of one's life, circumstances change. An individual
could lose his or her job, decide to move, or even enter into another
marriage. These major, life-changing events can have a huge impact on
the financial situations of either parent in the divorce. The parent granted
custody of the child could remarry or find a well-paying job and no longer
need as much financial assistance to raise the child. A parent may lose
their job or take a pay cut, rendering them unable to afford the child
support payments previously made. Whatever the situation is, negotiating
a modification to child support requires the knowledge and resources of
an experienced attorney.
At the office of
Steven P. Kuhn, Attorney at Law, we have an unshakeable understanding of the process involved with child
support modifications. We have over 25 years of experience to bring to
the negotiating table. You can trust that their knowledge and experience
will greatly help you in getting the positive results you deserve. Call
our firm without delay. Your future and the well-being of your family
could depend on it.
Contact a Suffolk County modification of child support attorney
if you would like to modify your child support agreement.