Child Support Modification Lawyer | Serving Lansing, MI
There are different reasons to modify a child support order. Some reasons are temporary and other reasons may be permanent. Temporary modifications may be due to medical and financial hardships, such as a child’s medical emergency. Permanent modifications may be awarded if either parent loses their job, the child’s needs significantly changed or either parent becomes disabled.
You can modify the child support order by increasing or decreasing the amount when changed circumstances have occurred. You must make the request to the Judge by presenting evidence of the changed circumstances. Speaking with a child support modification attorney in Lansing will allow you to know whether a certain circumstances can modify a child support order.
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