Empowering You To Make Changes
Many people have the misconception that once a divorce or other family law matter is over, no changes can be made to the final order. That is not true.
Your life is dynamic and there may come a time when the terms of your final order no longer work for your family. If that happens, it is possible to make changes to custody, child support, and other aspects of your order. Whether the terms of your final order were the result of an agreement you reached with the other party or were made by the judge, those terms can be changed when you show there has been a material change in circumstances since the order was entered.
Some material changes in circumstances are simple and straight-forward to prove. Others are more subtle and subjective. Either way, I can help you show that there has been a material change in circumstances that warrant a change to your final order.
Staying Up-To-Date On Changes In The Law
Family law is unique because the law frequently changes. Sometimes the legislature makes changes to the family law statutes and sometimes the courts make changes to the case law that interprets and enforces those statutes. It is important for you to have an attorney who knows when those changes occur and what those changes mean to your family law case.
Due to the ever-changing nature of family law, I make it a priority to stay up-to-date on the most recent changes. Being up-to-date ensures that you are aware of any changes that may impact the outcome of your case.
Learn More About Changing Your Final Order
If you’re interested in learning more about making changes to your final order based on your family’s new circumstances, please reach out to me online or by phone at 501-588-3427. I practice throughout Central Arkansas.