Child Support Modification

by Laura M. Wright on Oct. 16, 2021

Divorce & Family Law Divorce & Family Law  Child Support Divorce & Family Law  Family Law 

Summary: Florida courts provide some self-help forms for the pro se litigant. You may be able to handle your basic child support modification needs, but it is always best to get a family lawyer to help you. Though these forms are helpful, there may be case facts that allow for other avenues. Call, text, or email us for help with your Child Support Modification! 904-504-8689 contact@lauramwright.com http://lauramwright.com/child-support-modification

Child Support Modification

Child Support and Child Support Modification in the state of Florida is a standardized process. All though it is best to hire a lawyer to navigate what can be a complicated process, there are a plethora of self-help resources to help you with standard child support proceedings. Importantly, this post only applies to cases where a child support order already exists.

The court can change a child support order or judgment if the judge finds that there has been a substantial change in the circumstances of the parties and the change is in the child(ren)’s best interests.

 

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