It is a fact of life that situations change. Your divorce takes place at a particular place and time, and the decisions made then may not be the right decisions down the line. After a divorce, any number of changes in your life may make it appropriate to seek a modification of the court order that was entered upon your divorce. Changes to custody, visitation, and amount of support can be granted provided a proper showing is made.
K. Dean Kantaras, P.A. can assist you with this; contact a board certified family lawyer in Palm Harbor at (727) 939-6113 today.
Child support in Florida is based on the combined income of the parents and the number of children they support.
To alter the terms of a time-sharing schedule, which is the term used in Florida rather than visitation, it must be shown that there has been a substantial change in circumstances and that the best interests of the child will be served by altering the timesharing arrangement. Our team can answer your questions about what constitutes a valid change and how to prove this to the court.
Once alimony has been ordered, a substantial change in circumstances must be shown to the court to modify the terms of the alimony. There are many different factors that the court will consider in whether to change an alimony payment. It is difficult to modify alimony payments, but a skilled law firm can examine your situation and determine if it is in your interests to seek a modification.
The attorneys at our knowledgeable and compassionate family law firm can help
If you have questions about any aspect of family law, including modification of child support, visitation, timesharing, custody, or alimony, the lawyers of the Law Offices of K. Dean Kantaras, P.A. are available to assist you. Our Clearwater divorce attorneys are ready to provide you with the skilled, compassionate, and ardent legal representation necessary to ensure your rights are protected!
For more information or to get started, contact the Law Offices of K. Dean Kantaras, P.A. to speak to an experienced lawyer today at (727) 939-6113.