Modifying And Enforcing Divorce Orders In Collin County
While you may never want to look back on your divorce, life changes following the end of your marriage. Post-divorce modifications are necessary as circumstances change. A new job, recent marriage or unemployment necessitates revisiting the agreement.
Linda N. Risinger — the founder of our law firm — brings over 30 years of experience helping people in Collin County modify or enforce certain terms of their divorce, including child support and custody modifications and enforcement.
Modifications and enforcement are not a do-it-yourself proposition. Secure the services of an experienced Collin County family law attorney. Call our Frisco law firm at 972-294-6533 to speak with attorney Risinger.
We Know What Judges Look For When Deciding Whether To Modify An Order
Attorney Linda Risinger is in the courtroom nearly every day of the week, representing clients and looking out for the best interests of children. We know the judges who practice in the Collin County courts and their tendencies. That information is vital for building strong divorce modifications and enforcement cases that result from:
- Changes in income
- Inability to care for a child
- Drug use, criminal involvement or other activities that endanger a child
- Nonpayment of child support
- Violating custody or visitation orders
- Parental relocation
We pride ourselves on working hard and going above and beyond to help our Collin County-based clients get through difficult times in their lives. Revisiting a divorce under any circumstances can be an emotional process that requires a seasoned, knowledgeable and dedicated advocate at your side.