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It’s important to address modification questions

Do you owe child support or alimony? Do you receive this type of payment on a monthly basis? Regardless of what side you are on, it's important to understand your rights.

At some point, you may have questions pertaining to child support and/or alimony modification. For example, you may be facing a serious financial problem, such as a job loss. As a result, you are unable to make your child support or alimony payment in full.

While you may think it's okay to simply hold back money, this is a mistake. You are required by the law to pay, so you don't want to stop doing so for any reason.

Instead, you need to address the process of modification. This may not be something you want to do, but it could work out in your favor in the end.

Other questions regarding modification and enforcement are often related to:

-- Hidden assets

-- Time sharing

-- Parental responsibilities

If you don't address modification questions in a timely manner, you could soon find yourself in a worse position. This is not a risk you need to take, as you can get in touch with our law firm to learn more about your rights. Once we learn more about your situation, we can help you better understand how to modify your agreement.

Matters of child support and alimony are never simple to deal with, but when you have a professional on your side it's much easier to get back on track. To learn more, you can visit our webpages on child support and alimony modification.

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