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How you can change a child support or custody order

Over time, the terms of a divorce order may no longer match a person's needs or financial capabilities. When circumstances change, it is important for a Missouri parent to take steps to modify an order so that further complications can be avoided. If you believe that you could benefit from a modification to a spousal or child support order, find out how you can begin this process. 

There are many circumstances that may merit a change in a support order. This includes the loss of a job, remarriage or the changing needs of a child. Custody orders may be modified if there is concern over the well being of the child, one parent wishes to move out of state or special circumstances have recently come to light. Parents should note that either parent can seek a modification in order to accommodate their circumstances or concerns. 

If you need a modification to a custody or support order, it is important to work with a team that is experienced in this process. It is not always easy to change a divorce order, but we know how to build a strong case on your behalf and help you navigate the legal steps. During a contested modification case, we will advocate for your best interests when the other party is against any changes.

When it becomes necessary to change a child support or custody order, you should not face this process alone. The experience of our team can provide you with a better chance of success in obtaining a custody or support order that accurately reflects your current circumstances. Find out what options are available to you by scheduling a case evaluation with our Missouri team. 

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