Helping You When Support Orders Do Not Go According to Plan
Life is constantly changing. New jobs, new relationships, relocations and medical issues can all have a large impact on your day-to-day life and financial situation.
A child support order does not adjust for these changes automatically. That is why a significant change in circumstances may necessitate getting a new child support order. However, simply asking for more money, delaying payment or not paying in full will not work. A modification requires petitioning the court.
That is why it is important to contact a child support modification lawyer as soon as possible after a significant change in circumstances. At Levine & Susaneck, PA, we have over 25 years’ experience in helping clients obtain support modifications due to unforeseen events. We can help you examine your situation, tell you upfront the merits of your case and petition the court on your behalf for a modification.
Because child support is an essential and significant financial obligation, if you require a modification, you should contact us immediately.
Enforcement of Child Support Orders
Child support is an essential part of providing for minor children. Without child support payments paid on-time and in full, children suffer.
Fortunately, there are several ways the court can enforce child support orders. At Levine & Susaneck, PA, we can walk you through the various options available to you to seek child support payments, including child support in arrears (past due). Having been in practice for over 25 years, we have a wealth of knowledge to bring to your benefit. We know how to effectively petition the court for contempt of court and initiate other actions that can secure you the support payments you need.
We Offer Free Consultations, so You Have Nothing to Lose
Your initial consultation is at no cost, so you can learn how we can help without risk. Contact us by email today to schedule your initial consultation. We are responsive to your questions and concerns.