Looking to Modify of Child Support?

Establishing a parent’s child support obligation is an important part of a divorce case or a paternity case. However, as a parent’s income changes (up or down) or as the needs of the child change it may necessary to modify the parent’s child support obligation. A modification may be brought by either parent and the modification can be retroactive back to the date of the filing for the modification.

The modification process involves filing the required documents with the court and updating your financial information so that child support can be recalculated in light of your new circumstances.

Contact a Jacksonville Child Support Modification Attorney

Talk with us for questions concerning Modification of Child Custody, Modification of Alimony, and Modification of Child Support and all areas of marital and family law. At the Law Office of James T. Keenan, we understand your individual situation and needs. We are experienced and promise to handle your family law case professionally and aggressively.

We also offer consultations concerning child custody modification and alimony modification.

We get results. Call (904) 359-9060 to discuss your situation with our office or fill out the form to the right to request contact at your convenience.

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