Chattanooga Child Custody & Support Modification Lawyer
Helping Clients Obtain the Best Outcome for Their Children
After divorce, circumstances change. The agreements you made at one point of your life may no longer be beneficial or even applicable. At Conner & Roberts, PLLC, we recognize your need for change, and we can help you obtain custody and support modifications that realistically address the needs of your children as well as your own. Get in touch with one of our Chattanooga child custody and support modification lawyers today to learn more about how to proceed.
When Circumstances Change, Modify Your Agreements
While there is no way to predict your future, you can bet that your circumstances will shift and transform over the course of your lifetime. With this in mind, lawyers Amelia Roberts and Lisa Conner offer practical and professional legal assistance to help you modify your divorce agreement.
We can help you with modifications involving:
With more than three decades of combined proven experience achieving favorable results in complicated and often emotionally fueled cases, our Chattanooga child custody and support modification attorneys can help you learn about your legal options and guide you through the process of requesting a modification.
How to Proceed with Your Modification
Generally, before a modification is granted, you must be able to prove to the judge that there has been a significant change in circumstances in your life that is resulting in the need to change an agreement.
These may include:
- Loss of employment
- Change in the needs of your child (medical, educational, or developmental)
- A remarriage or change in relationship status that directly relates to finances
- Change in income
Put Experience on Your Side
Our knowledgeable and skilled attorneys understand the laws surrounding the modification of support and custody judgments. We are also familiar with the common challenges that our clients are faced with when a judge is determining whether or not a modification should be granted.
With our help, you can realistically convey your reasons for a modification while portraying why the changes to be made will be in the best interests of your children. We are committed to building a persuasive case supported by facts, and we are here to work closely with you to develop that strategy.
Get started on your case now by calling (423) 299-4489.