Queens Attorneys Pursue Child Support Modifications
Queens County lawyers look out for your child’s interests
The welfare of your child depends on your fiscal stability, but your financial circumstances as well as your child’s needs change over time. Whether you live in Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Nassau County or Queens County, the experienced attorneys at Sager Gellerman Eisner Attorneys at Law are prepared to help you modify your child support order so it reflects your changed circumstances.
The process of modifying a child support order
The first step is for your attorney to formally ask the court to grant a modification of your current child support order. Our family law firm documents the financial changes that support your request for a child support modification.
Our lawyers aggressively challenge the arguments and evidence that your ex-spouse presents in opposition to your petition. Our experienced divorce attorneys fight hard for your child support modification, and we keep you informed every step of the way.
Arguments for modifying your child support order
There may be a number of reasons for changing your child support arrangement after your divorce. The factors a court is likely to consider include:
- Loss or gain of a job
- Other support obligations
- Discovery of new financial information
- A change in your child’s care needs
- Any difficulty you encountered in enforcing the child support and custody order in the past
Our knowledgeable attorneys research your financial condition as well as that of your ex-spouse. Our lawyers then present the court with a strong case supporting your request for a modification.
Contact our Nassau County attorneys for child support modifications
The hardworking attorneys at Sager Gellerman Eisner Attorneys at Law do the legwork necessary to support your request for a modification of your child support order. You can reach us through our online contact form or call us at 347.625.1038 for a consultation. From our offices in Queens and Forest Hills, we serve clients in Nassau and Queens Counties and the New York City boroughs of Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn.