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As with a marriage, not all court orders will last forever. If you are a parent with court orders to possession, conservatorship, and support, you are likely to modify these orders in the future. As your children and your parental situation changes, so do the orders need to shift to meet your family’s needs. Parents often re-marry, re-locate, change jobs, or have a shift in their financial situations. Oftentimes changes are more dramatic, with a need to modify the orders to protect their children from family violence, alienation, mental abuse, or a parent’s substance abuse problem. Sometimes a child’s own needs or wishes change and the court will need to modify the orders to reflect those. In all situations, you need counsel who will evaluate your case and your facts to ensure you and your family are protected.

Fundamentally, modifications to possession and custody require two findings: that there has been a material and substantial change in circumstances and that your requests are in the best interests of the children. With no real true definition for either of these legal requirements, your changes at obtaining or defending against a modification rests in how the facts are presented to the court and in obtaining counsel who can best highlight these things to the Court and opposing party.

While rooted solely in numbers, modifications to child support also require excellent knowledge of the law and application of the law to your case. In all instances, the Family Law attorneys at Hanshaw Kennedy Hafen are equipped to represent you and your family’s ever-changing needs.

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Top Reasons for a Modification

  1. Change in employment status (Unemployment)
  2. Unexpected medical conditions
  3. Changes to income
  4. Changes in marital status
  5. Relocation
  6. Any form of abuse or neglect of the child
  7. Any substance/chemical abuse

If you have any concerns about the safety of your child or need help navigating your situation let the family law attorneys at Hanshaw Kennedy Hafen work to evaluate and achieve results.

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    Texas State Child Support Calculation Guide

    *calculator source is found on the Attorney General of Texas website

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    II. Deductions

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    **For child support purposes, Net Resources = total earnings, minus Social Security taxes, income taxes for a single person, and dependent health insurance; calculator not for use if monthly net resources exceed $8,550 per Family Code § 154.125(a).

    You may qualify for a modification if the projected child support obligation is either 20% or $100 higher or lower than your current court-ordered monthly child support obligation. Disclaimer

    WHAT OTHERS SAYTestimonials

    HKH did an amazing job tackling a last minute appeal brief. They were very professional, prompt and knowledgeable. I appreciate the time and work that they put into this case. I would highly recommend this law firm to others.

    -Diane C.

    I recently hired Alyssa and HKH to handle my estate planning. Her ability to listen, comprehend and guide me through complex matters is what separates a great attorney from a good one. I will use Alyssa to handle all of my future family and estate legal matters.

    -Roger

    Alyssa handled my custody case with extreme passion, she clearly loves what she does! From the first time In her office I was updated constantly with how my case was going, and she never did anything without consulting me first. The case was definitely contentious but Alyssa made sure that I ended up with all of the things I asked for. From temporary orders to final orders I was extremely happy with her diligence towards my case. I would recommend her to anyone who asks about a family law attorney.

    -Jen

    Alyssa has been working with me through 2 different child custody cases and was the best. She is very responsive and on top of it from start to finish. She is great about keeping your best interests in mind and will do everything she can to get you what you’re asking for! Highly recommended!!!

    -Caitlin

    CONTACT USHanshaw Kennedy Hafen

    HKH Family Law attorneys practice in Dallas, Collin, Denton and surrounding counties, as well as throughout the State of Texas.
    1415 Legacy Drive
    Suite 350
    Frisco, TX 75034
    972-731-6500
    Fax: 972-731-6555

    Hanshaw Kennedy Hafen Family Law

    1415 Legacy Drive, Suite 350
    Frisco, TX 75034
    Phone: 972-731-6500
    Fax: 972-731-6555