Being laid off or terminated from a job can have a significant and lasting impact on your finances. It can also restrict your ability to pay court-ordered child support. Thankfully, it may be possible to reduce your obligation amount with a modification to your order for support. Learn more in the following sections, including how a seasoned family law attorney can assist you with the process and improve the outcome of your case.
Are You Eligible for Modification?
Once an order for child support has been entered into the court system, it can be difficult to modify it. That it is why it is so critical that parents attempt to ensure that their original order is based on the most accurate, up-to-date information. However, when circumstances change, a paying parent may be eligible for a modification to their order of support. Examples of such circumstances may include: