Buffalo Child Support Attorney Outlines Changes in Child Support
As a dedicated Buffalo Child Support Attorney I am consistently asked how one can make changes to their child support agreement. When there’s a change in custody and access, that may also trigger a change in child support orders. When there’s been a change in custody, people have questions for me about whether or not that’s going to affect orders of child support. If a child no longer primarily resides with the party who has been receiving support, that would be considered a substantial change in circumstances under the Child Support Standards Act to provide for a modification of support. It would certainly depend upon the specific facts and circumstances of your case. It’s very important to sit down with a lawyer and ask the questions relating to your own case.
Would you like to see changes made in your child support agreement? If so, contact experienced Buffalo Child Support Attorney Rebecca Talmud.