Johnson County Divorce Lawyer
While divorce decrees are final, they are not permanent. Changing any portion
of the decree must be prompted by a substantial change in an individual's
circumstances. Shelly Fowler understands that life moves on after your
divorce, and sometimes a modification is necessary.
If you are looking to modify any existing portion of your divorce decree,
or if you need assistance with enforcing the modifications or standing
judgments, contact her office right away and speak with a trusted
Johnson County family lawyer . Ms. Fowler offers
free case reviews so you can discuss your issues risk free.
Most portions of a divorce decree can be modified, including:
Child custody arrangements - In some cases, one parent may have moved from the area where the divorce
was finalized, or there may have been a change in work and life conditions
that may require a modified visitation schedule between the non-custodial
parent and children.
Child support -
If so, adjusting child support may be necessary. These accommodations
can be made on a permanent or temporary basis, depending on your needs.
- Did you lose your job?
- Are you making less money?
- Is your spouse making more money?
Spousal support - Along with child support, spousal support needs may change on an ongoing
basis. To determine if your spousal support can be changed, contact an
attorney right away.
Protect Your Rights with a Johnson County Family Lawyer
If the supporting parent is not making the child support payments with
which he or she has been ordered, Shelly can help enforce the order through
a court of law. The supporting parent must comply with the order or they
risk penalties such as jail time. Ms. Fowler can also assist with defending
an enforcement should you be in the process of requesting a modification
to the order.
When you retain the assistance of Shelly D. Fowler, you will be working
with a dedicated legal professional who has over 25 years of experience
in helping clients obtain the most from their cases. Ms. Fowler is committed
to providing the best possible representation to individuals and families,
so you can rest assured that your future is in good hands. You can expect
life to change, but Ms. Fowler's dedication to your case won't.
For more information, schedule a
with her Johnson County firm today!
Contact her Cleburne office
to get started.