Do You Need a Modification?
Counsel from a Proven Syracuse Attorney
child support, and
child custody agreements for both
divorced and unmarried couples can be hotly contested and hard-fought. Finding
common ground, however, may not result in a final decision. These agreements
are always meant to reflect the current needs of those involved and the
financially responsible party's ability to meet those needs. When
circumstances dramatically change, they may call for a modification in
Haddad Law Office, P.C., I have worked closely with countless families who need to adjust their
support or custody agreements in order to accommodate new changes in their
lives. Even when these changes are challenged in court, I am a
family law attorney who is well-versed with putting forth a dynamic, compelling case
that speaks to my clients' need for further consideration by the state
of New York.
Get the support you need to further ensure the continued stability for
you and your family.
Contact me at Haddad Law Office, P.C. today.
What Are the Grounds for a Modification?
Alimony, child support, and child custody agreements are not arrived at
lightly, and judges need to see specific justification for why they should
be amended. Often times, this takes not only well-structured argument
from your counsel, but also evidence to support your claims.
Common grounds for a modification include:
- Remarriage of one party
- A dramatic change in one party's income
- A dramatic change in one party's or child's health
- Relocation of one party
- A permanent change in one parent's schedule
- Substance abuse or domestic violence issues
If you believe circumstances in your and your family's lives call for
a custody or support modification, then the time to act is now. At Haddad
Law Office, P.C., my clients can always rest assured that their interests
will be protected and that their well-being—or their child's—will
be made a priority.
Start the process today. Contact my firm to schedule a
case evaluation with a Syracuse lawyer ready to hear your story.