Circumstances may change after a settlement for child custody or child support is reached. Fortunately, our experienced family law attorneys can assist you in adjusting your post-decree orders.
Issues often arise after the court enters a final parenting plan. Changes may be necessary to better fit the children's best interests. We can help you identify those changes and what needs to happen to accomplish those revisions.
The statutes relating to child support orders allow for modifications in cases where one of the parties loses employment or finds more lucrative employment. In extreme cases, our clients have the right to a contempt hearing if the other party fails to follow the parenting plan or pay court-ordered child support.
If you feel that you need to modify your child support, please contact our offices in Everett and Mount Vernon to schedule a consultation.