If a court has issued an order that is negatively affecting you, your finances, or your rights, you understandably might be feeling helpless and under unfair scrutiny. Child or spousal support payments might be too great for you to bear, or you could be falling into emotional distress due to extremely limited visitation rights. Few, if any, court declarations are set in stone, however, and you have your options for seeking a better future for yourself. Under Texas Family Code § 156.001, any court orders for custody, child or spousal support, and visitation rights are subject to modification when proper legal channels are used.
In order to ensure you are making the rights steps towards getting a court order modified, it is important that you seek the legal counsel of a professional Johnson County divorce attorney from Coontz Cochran. We can use our decades of experience to review your case, identify unreasonable terms or limitations, and help you bring your claims to court. Contact us at your earliest convenience for more information.
Other than an experienced divorce attorney at your side, you will need to prove that a previously established court order is harming your well-being. In divorce cases involving your children, you can also form an appeal that argues that they are worse off under existing conditions.
Negative impacts of unfair or unreasonable court orders may include:
The professionals at Coontz Cochran have handled countless divorce and family law cases over the years, all while never losing sight of our clients' best interests. We can implement creative strategies that are personally tailored to your case, and help you from the creation of your lawsuit to representing you in the courtroom if need be. For a free, initial consultation about modifications to court orders, speak with a member of our legal team today. The sooner you act, the better your chances of success.
Call our office toll free at 888.858.0536. Family law attorneys are waiting to help you.