When couples get divorced, their child custody, child support, parental responsibility and spousal support determinations are all based on their present situation. However, what happens if months or years after the divorce is finalized those situations change?

Are The Arrangements That Were Determined During Divorce Still Relevant?

If there have been major changes in your life, modifications may be appropriate. Likewise, if you think your ex-spouse has experienced major life changes, modifications may be in order. The Law Office of Daniel E. Forrest, P.A., works with individuals throughout South Florida who are interested in modifying their existing custody or support arrangements.

What Constitutes A Major Life Change?

Broward County support modification attorneys must create a picture that compares then versus now: what was a person's situation during his or her divorce, and what is it like now? Have there been major changes?

Although there is not an exact definition of "major changes," experienced lawyers know what to look for. Attorney Daniel Forrest helps modify custody and support arrangements in response to life changes such as:

  • Significant pay raise
  • Loss of job
  • Disability
  • Jail
  • Child relocation

To help ensure he understands the full story, Daniel Forrest works with a variety of professionals to gain access to all the relevant information.

Contact A Fort Lauderdale Custody Modification Attorney

Whether you think you should be receiving more child support or paying less spousal support, attorney Daniel Forrest can help. Contact the firm online or call 800-642-8160 to schedule your initial consultation.