Child Support Modifications in Kansas

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In many child support situations, it may be necessary to obtain a modification of the support order. For instance, if a parent is required to make monthly maintenance payments for their child after a divorce, but they lose their job and are no longer able to afford the payments, a modification could reduce the amount of the payments or cancel them altogether. Laws regarding child support modifications are found in K.S.A. § 12-3005, where it states that such modifications must be made within three years of the original order (or previous modification) and that the order must go into effect at least one month after the request for modification.

Challenging Wrongful Child Support Modifications

In other cases, a parent may attempt to request a modification without proper grounds. Your child's wellbeing is at stake in such a situation, so be sure to hire a Johnson County family law attorney to fight for you and for your child. Martin & Wallentine, LLC could provide a lawyer with the experienced skill and persuasion to argue on your behalf and obtain the best possible outcome. Call our offices today for a free consultation to learn more about how we could help.

Consult a Child Support Modification Attorney in Johnson County

Having taken dozens of cases to trial with successful results, our firm has proven its legal excellence. If you need a capable representative in a request for modification, or to ensure that your child continues to receive the payments they need, we could help. Attorney Jerry Wallentine devotes much of his time to family law cases and Attorney Jerry Wallentine has previous experience as a professional speaker. Should you retain our firm, we could present a persuasive argument and aggressively fight for the payment your child needs. Call today!

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