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Decreasing Child Support Payments in Raleigh

As part of the normal process of divorce for parents, a child support agreement will be created to help care for the child or children the couple share. However, as the financial circumstances of each parent change over time, child support agreements may no longer be representative of those circumstances. With that in mind, the Raleigh child support attorneys at Marshall & Taylor PLLC, are prepared to help you decrease your child support payments to make the agreement more representative of your current circumstances.

Common Reasons to Decrease Child Support Payments

While our clients choose to pursue alterations to their child support payments for a number of legitimate reasons, our Raleigh legal team most commonly helps parents in Raleigh decrease their child support payments to accommodate for the following circumstances:

  • The income of the parent receiving support has significantly increased
  • The income of the parent paying support has significantly decreased
  • The support required for the care of the child has decreased
  • The parent receiving support remarried
  • The child will soon be turning 18

Regardless of the particulars, our Raleigh legal team is committed to helping divorced parents develop child support agreements that are fair and representative of their current circumstances.

Consult with a Child Support Attorney in Raleigh

If you need to decrease your child support payments, you should speak with one of the Raleigh child support attorneys at Marshall & Taylor PLLC, to begin developing a legal strategy to protect your interests in the matter. To discuss your child support agreement with one of our family law attorneys, please call our Raleigh offices at 919-833-1040 today.

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