Columbia Attorney for Post-Divorce Modifications
Do You Need to Make Changes to the Terms of a Divorce Settlement?
Are you looking to make changes to the terms of your final
custody order? Whether you have recently become unemployed and can't pay court-ordered
support or you are seeking to relocate out of state or terminate your
alimony obligation, you may have recourse through the court. There are
various reasons to seek a modification of a final order and you need the
advice of an experienced
Columbia family law attorney.
Steele Law Firm, LLC, I will review your claim for a modification and offer you sound legal
advice while providing you with a road map forward. From the moment I
take your case, you are my top priority and I will give you the personalized
attention and representation that you deserve. If you can show a substantial
change in circumstance in income or employment status, or have issues
related to child custody or visitation or payment of alimony, I may be
able to assist you in securing the outcome that you are seeking.
Some changes in circumstance include:
- Substantial changes in income or loss of employment
- Relocation to another state for employment reasons
- Problems related to proper care of children or visitation
- Abuses by ex-spouse regarding alimony payments
Request a consultation with me by calling (803) 402-8544 today.
Personalized Attention & Building a Strong Case in Your Favor
Under South Carolina law, the terms that have been set with respect to
child custody and visitation, child support, and payment of alimony are
legally binding and violations of them can result in a contempt of court
charge against you. Circumstances change over time, however, and you may
be entitled to a modification.
When you hire my firm, I will assure you that you will be represented aggressively
and responsibly and that your case will be effectively presented to the
court. If it is important to you, it is important to me. Contact me today
to get started.
Serving the cities of Blythewood, Camden, Cayce, Chester, Columbia, Irmo,
Lexington, Newberry, Orangeburg, Rock Hill, Sumter, West Columbia, and