El Paso Modifications & Enforcement Attorney
Enforce Child Support & Spousal Maintenance Payments
Whether you are the custodial parent or the non-custodial parent, it is important to understand your legal rights and options if you are not receiving the child support or spousal maintenance payments you are due. Attorney Erica P. Rios can help you pursue enforcement options through the local court system in order to receive the financial support you need.
Contact us online or call (915) 255-3840 to speak with a dedicated family law attorney about your situation.
What Does Modification of Child Support & Spousal Maintenance Entail?
Parents who are already receiving child support or spousal maintenance payments may need to seek modification of their support order if they experience a change in their financial situation. Parents who have already been receiving child support or spousal maintenance payments may need to seek modification of their support order if they experience a change in their financial situation. A modification of child support or spousal maintenance may be requested by either parent. Parents can request a modification of their support order for a number of reasons, including:
- A change in income;
- A change in the child's expenses;
- A change in the child's child care expenses;
- A change in the child's custodial arrangement;
- A change in the child's medical insurance.
Custody Modifications in Texas
Enforcing and modifying child custody arrangements in El Paso, Texas, involves a legal process that prioritizes the best interests of the child. When it comes to enforcement, the state's family courts are committed to ensuring that court-ordered custody agreements are adhered to by both parents. Failure to comply with these orders can result in legal actions, including contempt of court charges.
Modifications to custody arrangements may be requested when there are significant changes in circumstances that affect the child's well-being. Parents can seek modifications to custody, visitation, or support orders, with the court considering factors such as relocation, changes in the child's needs, or a parent's inability to meet their obligations. In El Paso, as in the rest of Texas, the legal system strives to maintain a focus on the child's best interests while ensuring that custody arrangements are just and appropriate for the evolving needs of the child and the parents involved.
Contact our Team Today!
If you're facing challenges arrangements in El Paso, don't hesitate to reach out to The Law Office of Erica P. Rios. Our experienced team specializes in modifications and enforcement orders, ensuring that your child's best interests are always protected. Whether you need to modify an existing agreement or require assistance in enforcing custody rights, our dedicated attorneys are here to guide you through the legal process.
Contact us today for expert legal representation that prioritizes your family's well-being and secures your rights as a parent.