Cuyahoga County Child Custody Modification Attorney
As the years pass, the conditions of divorce decrees may no longer reflect the family’s situation as children age and circumstances change. This can include relocation, career change and new relationships. Changes to the custody and visitation agreements may require the child support decree to be modified. Children may begin to explore interests and extracurricular activities that outgrow original custody or visitation agreements. One or both of the parents may face relocation. Attorney Hull is prepared to consider all potential changes and help parents seek the modifications that best reflect the situation and provide for their children now and in the future. He is equipped to find all pertinent information and build a case for a modification that is in the best interest of you and your children.
Cleveland Support Modification Lawyer
As the circumstances of those involved change, there are legal steps that can be taken to change the parameters of the divorce decree. Attorney Bradley Hull of Cuyahoga County, Ohio, provides understanding, effective representation of your interests as you seek modifications that will adjust the original decree to reflect the current situation. In other circumstances, one parent may seek to change the custody and visitation agreements because the other parent has become unfit to care for the child or lives in a situation that is not in the child’s best interest. This includes relocation, career change and a new relationship. With changes to the custody and visitation agreements, the child support decree must also be modified. Modifications are not isolated to factors involving the children. While property division decisions are generally not later modifiable, it may become known that one spouse hid certain assets during the division. This can affect the asset division and spousal support agreements in place. Attorney Hull is prepared to consider all potential changes and help parents seek the modifications that best reflect the situation and provide for the children, both now and in the future. Through careful preparation and discovery, he is equipped to find all pertinent information and build a case for a modification on your behalf. When a person becomes divorced, the court enters a final divorce judgment.This judgment will sometimes require one spouse to take certain actions post-divorce, for example paying money to a former spouse, or transferring property to a former spouse. Unfortunately, there may be occasions on which after the divorce is done, a spouse is compelled to take the other spouse back to court to enforce the judgment. Attorney Brad Hull has significant experience with enforcing rights and responsibilities post-divorce. To arrange a free initial consultation, please contact Cuyahoga County child custody modification lawyer Bradley Hull today at 216-245-1633 or toll-free at 866-682-0430.