Texas Child Support & Custody Modification Lawyers
We can help you with modification or enforcement of child custody, visitation or support orders
Often, after a divorce is final, one of the parents may experience life changes that have an impact on existing child custody, visitation or child support agreements. You may have changes at work, including new responsibilities or a shift change, that make it difficult to abide by existing custody or visitation arrangements. Your employer may request that you take a promotion or new position in another community, one too far from where you currently live to keep existing visitation workable. You could lose your job or encounter other difficulties that affect your income and ability to pay or live on existing support agreements.
At Bailey & Galyen, we have been providing skilled and knowledgeable counsel to families in transition for many years, including to parents in situations requiring modification of an existing divorce decree. Throughout the history of our practice, we have maintained a strong commitment to communication, promptly responding to all calls and e-mails from our clients. We listen carefully to all your questions and concerns and work to resolve issues quickly, helping you identify all your options so that you can make decisions that are in your best interests.
Providing Guidance When Circumstances Change
At Bailey & Galyen, we work closely with men and women at all stages of a divorce, from the initial filing through post-judgment requests for modification or enforcement of child custody, visitation or support orders. Our goal, at all times, is to help you put in place arrangements that are in your minor children’s best interests, but which also consider your needs, as well as your rights as a parent. We will strive to establish and implement custody and visitation plans that allow you to play a meaningful role in the growth and development of your children.
We represent either side in motions to modify a divorce decree. We handle cases involving all types of extenuating circumstances, including:
- Loss of a job or change in employment situation
- Move-aways, whether the request is employment-based, stems from a desire to be closer to family or for any other reason
- The health or well-being of any of the parties, including minor children the special needs or wishes of the minor child
Contact the Post divorce Modification Attorneys at Bailey & Galyen
We offer a free initial consultation to all family law clients. To set up an appointment, contact our office online or call us at (855) 216-0046. We answer our telephones 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Evening or weekend meetings can be scheduled at your request. Se habla Español.
At Bailey & Galyen, we provide comprehensive legal counsel to individuals across Texas including Arlington, Bedford, Burleson, Carrollton, Dallas, Fort Worth, Grapevine, Houston, Mansfield, Mesquite, Midland/Odessa, Plano, Texarkana and Weatherford.