Phoenix Modification Attorneys
Divorce decrees spell out the rights and obligations of each parent. However, you can go back to court to modify your divorce decree if your circumstances have changed and you meet other statutory criteria. For example:
- If you desire to spend more time with your children, you can seek to change visitation rights through a modification of your decree and/or parenting plan.
- You can seek custody of your children and supervised visits if the other party is doing something inappropriate or harmful to your children.
- If income of one of the parents has changed to the point where child support payments would be increased or reduced by at least 15 percent, you can seek to modify your child support payments.
At DeShon Laraye Pullen PLC, we will help you analyze the costs and benefits of seeking a modification. Our Arizona divorce attorneys appreciate the economic and emotional value of reaching a negotiated settlement when it is appropriate. However, we are prepared to use our trial experience to pursue your case in court when there are no reasonable possibilities of settlement. We will help you create an aggressive, winning strategy that draws on our lawyers’ years of family law experience. Contact us for all your family law needs.
Our goal is to help you obtain the result you want quickly, efficiently and economically.