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Louisiana Attorney Assists With The Modification Of Divorce Decrees

Once the family court issues a support or alimony order, the existing order remains enforceable – even if circumstances change down the road. However, life throws changes at individuals. In some situations, opportunities for higher-income jobs are plentiful in the years following a divorce, while in others, job loss or reduced income may make complying with an existing order difficult. People may relocate. The relocation of a former spouse may make visitation rights more difficult depending on the move and the resulting location of the former spouse; this would necessitate a modification in the original divorce decree. Similarly, a parent may experience a significant change in their work schedule, making an existing parenting time or visitation arrangement unworkable. When substantial changes in circumstances arise post-divorce, a party may wish to have an existing order modified to reflect the new circumstances of life.

At the [nap_names id=”FIRM-NAME-1″] in Shreveport, family law attorney [nap_names id=”FIRM-NAME-4″] understands how changes can adversely impact parent-child relationships or a parent’s financial structure. He brings nearly 25 years of experience in Louisiana family courts to bear when the client needs to have adjustments made to custody arrangements as well as child support or alimony obligations.

Protecting The Rights Of Families

Call attorney Frederick at his Shreveport, Louisiana, law offices at [nap_phone id=”LOCAL-CT-NUMBER-2″] or fill out the online form. He will work hard to ensure that you get the modifications you need to protect your parent-child relationship and your rights.