Franklin Child Custody Modification Lawyer
Modifying court orders post-divorce decree can be a tricky business, as each case is ruled upon by a judge on a case-by-case basis. Either party to an agreement might have reason to modify an order at any time. In our initial consultation, we will discuss the adaptability of your agreement and determine the best course of action based on your current situation and future objectives.
With nearly 20 years of experience as a divorce attorney in Franklin, I have served the needs of a variety of clients with post-decree modification issues involving:
- Child custody and visitation
- Parenting plans
- Child support
- Relocation with a child
- Alimony/spousal support
Contact the law office of Judy A. Oxford, Attorney at Law, today to schedule a consultation with a dedicated Franklin child support modification attorney. We will discuss your case, and I will ensure that you understand all your options along with exactly how I can help in our first meeting.
The Best Interests Of Your Child(ren) Are Paramount
Whether you are seeking child support, relocation with a child, parenting plan or custody modification, the best interests of your child(ren) will always be the greatest determining factor in your case. Issues can arise in any parenting plan, further complicating support, custody and visitation agreements. If one parent is not using his or her parenting time or if dependency and neglect issues have come to light, modifications may have to be explored.
These circumstances can affect your situation and the best interests of your child along with several others, including:
- Job loss
- Relocation of one parent
- Loss of income
- Medical issues
- Military deployment
I will fully examine your case, and I will help you determine your best course of action. Significant variance in these areas or material changes of circumstance must be investigated and analyzed by an experienced and thorough Tennessee modifications lawyer.
In addition, my comprehensive services also include appellate work. If the decision in your first court trial did not go as hoped, I can help you pursue an appeal of any modification order following a thorough case evaluation.