One of the challenges when spouses divorce is which parent will have custody of the children if there are kids involved in the dissolved marriage. Child custody is a very sensitive issue to handle under family law. The focus is on the spouses’ attorneys to convince to judge who should have the custody of the children. The parents in conjunction with their lawyers and the court must decide what they think is the best for the children. This is because a divorce could leave a significant psychological impact on the children.
Child custody, under family law, entails deciding where the children will live, how the decision touching their lives will be made, and the procedure for the children’s monthly support. The parents’ divorce counsels will vehemently defend all these and more.
Child Support Attorney: Nebraska courts will enter orders for the support of any children of the marriage in a divorce proceeding. The courts may, from time to time, enter additional orders modifying a previous child support order if it becomes appropriate to do so. We will analyze the facts and make sure that the Nebraska Child Support Guidelines are followed and that the support level assigned is fair and equitable and based on FACTS.
Child Custody Modifications: When a material change in circumstance occurs, you have the right to ask the court to modify your child custody and parenting plan. If you feel that your child(ren)’s other parent has done something that requires a change in custody or parenting time; or, if you are looking at losing custody or parenting time based on a modification request – Call US NOW! We will make sure the court understands the best interests of your child(ren). Determining a strategy and reaching a resolution that protects the welfare and future of your child or children while safeguarding your rights as a parent can be a complicated and emotionally charged process. The Law Office of David J. Reed will guide and support you through the process.
Support Modification: When you or your child(ren)s other parent have an increase or decrease in income that is 10% or greater and expected to continue for a period of six months or more, you have the right to modify your support obligation or change the obligation of the other party. Furthermore, Nebraska Guidelines are intended to prevent child support orders from PUTTING YOU IN POVERTY. If you need to have support modified In limited circumstances, the State of Texas allows certain adjustments to be made to conservator-ship arrangements, including possession of and access to the children, The Law Office of David J. Reed will guide and support you through the process.
Parenting Plan and Child Support Enforcement: You have the right to enforce those orders which your child(ren)’s other parent might be violating or just plain ignoring. Don’t let them take advantage – HIRE REPRESENTATION – We will file the necessary documents, whether Contempt or otherwise, to enforce those valid orders. In some cases, we are able to recoup your legal expenses for the same.