Modification Lawyers in Nashua
Effectively Helping You Modify an Existing Court Order
When an individual's circumstances substantially change, the terms of an existing court order related to child custody, child support, or alimony may also change.
At Bernazzani Law, our attorneys help clients who wish to modify the terms of existing family law-related court orders. We also provide legal help to clients who need to enforce existing orders or to block another party's request for modification. For over 25 years, our firm has helped clients achieve their legal goals, and we can help you, too.
Call Bernazzani Law today at (603) 261-2214 or contact us online to request a free consultation with our modification attorneys in Nashua.
What Are the Grounds for a Modification?
Parents often seek to modify child custody and visitation terms in situations, including:
- Parental relocation for work
- A child is subjected to a harmful environment, such as an abusive or neglectful home
- One parent interferes with the other parent's residential responsibilities, such as refusing to share access to the child
- Both parents agree that the current order's terms are not working, and they agree to change them
- A child wishes to change his or her living arrangements (if sufficiently mature)
Likewise, there are circumstances in which parents and/or divorced spouses can seek to modify the terms of a child support or alimony order. Often, these modifications are sought when one parent or former spouse experiences a substantial increase or decrease in financial status due to job promotion, unemployment, financial windfall, medical emergency, or some other reason.
It is important to understand that modifications are almost never automatic, even when parties agree. Nevertheless, judges most frequently grant modifications when parties agree to the terms in advance of a court hearing.
Call our modification attorneys in Nashua today at (603) 261-2214 to schedule your free consultation.
What Makes Us Different?
Some attorneys portray themselves as bulldogs. However, being overly aggressive is not always effective. When a fight is necessary, we fight. But when it is clear that a negotiated or mediated solution can yield better results — and the client wants this — we do not hesitate to follow the more fruitful path.
This is another way of saying "we've got your back." Retain our firm, and we will advocate for you in the strongest possible manner. We are dedicated to helping you and your family.
Our training and experience as mediators, negotiators and litigators give us a full suite of options to bring to your legal problem. Whether a court fight or a mutually agreeable solution is in your best interest, we are flexible enough to serve you. We make ourselves available by email, phone and through our helpful and competent staff.
We listen to our clients, and we relate to their problems — always providing clients, and their concerns, the time and attention required. We believe that understanding our clients is vital to helping them resolve those problems.