Support Modifications Lawyer in Winter Park

Need to Modify the Terms of Your Divorce? Contact Us for Help!

Are you beginning to feel like the court orders that once served your family's interests have since become ineffective or even detrimental? You should know that you are not meant to be "locked into" these orders for life. In fact, many lawyers recommend re-examining court decrees on an annual basis, seeking modifications when necessary. Don't hesitate to talk to an Winter Park divorce attorney about your post-decree modifications.

At Richard A. Heller, P.A., we pride ourselves on offering the committed service required during and after a divorce. Over the course of more than 20 years, our firm has helped thousands of clients seek favorable results in a myriad of situations. Our dedication to quality is even backed by a Martindale-Hubbell® BV® Rating. Let our team provide the counsel you need.

Circumstances change — your court orders can change, too!

As your family adjusts after a divorce or paternity case, you may encounter various changes that require a modification of orders. For example, if you or your spouse experiences a significant change affecting their finances, one of you may need to pursue modifications to current spousal or child support orders. In order to change these orders, you must be able to demonstrate that your change is sufficient to warrant a modification.

Valid grounds for modification include:

  • Inability to work due to a medical emergency
  • Substantial increase or decrease in salary
  • Change in a child's health or needs
  • Any prominent financial change

Likewise, you may have cause to believe that a change in child custody arrangements would benefit your child. If your former spouse has shown signs of drug or alcohol abuse, you could have grounds for modifying custody orders. Additionally, your child's preference for a parent or decision to take on an extracurricular activity may require an adjusted parenting schedule. Whatever the reason for your modification, our family law attorneys can help you take action to protect your child's well-being.

Fighting for Families Since 1990

Searching for an attorney for your family law case? Richard A. Heller, P.A. has built a reputation as a fair, honest, and ethical law firm that only accepts cases we personally believe have merit. This focus on quality service gives us — and, by extension, every client we represent — the benefit of increased credibility in court.

To learn more about our top-notch legal service, contact our firm today. Our Winter Park family lawyers can provide the counsel you need in a free case evaluation.

Notice: Due to COVID-19, we may schedule telephone and video consultations and are available via Zoom, Facetime, Skype, and Messenger. Weekend initial consultations are also available. Please don’t hesitate to call us if you have any questions!


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