Florida divorce judgment modifications
A divorce settlement is a final ruling, but it is not carved in stone. In some instances, including spousal support, child support, and custody & visitation the law recognizes a need for people to revisit and revise their judgments, so they can reconstruct an arrangement to suit the needs of their current lifestyle.
There are many reasons a court may grant a modification:
- Job loss
- Economic gain
- Medical conditions
- Drug & alcohol problems
- Evidence of abuse & neglect
We research all the elements of your case and extrapolate the key details that justify a judgment modification for the betterment of your personal and family life. Contact our firm about pursuing your modification in court.
Paternity disputes in Nassau County
Establishing paternity is an important factor in securing a child’s legal rights. Knowing and legally documenting a child’s birth father will help that child now and as he or she grows into adulthood:
- Child custody & visitation
- Child support
- Inheritance rights
- Health & life insurance eligibility
- Social Security & veteran’s benefits
- Knowledge of genetic heritage
It is just as important to prove someone is the father as it is to disprove false paternity claims. Our attorneys represent men and women during these actions to legally settle paternity disputes in Nassau County, Clay County, and Duval County courts.
Alvarez & Wallace, P.A. assists clients during many different matters that fall under the umbrella of family law in Florida:
- Family law appeals
- Premarital & postnuptial agreements
- Domestic violence injunctions
- Relative custody
- Termination of parental rights
- Enforcement of retirement issues
- Motions for contempt and enforcement
Contact Alvarez & Wallace, P.A. for family law representation in Florida from highly skilled and resourceful lawyers. We practice in all Nassau, Clay, and Duval County courts. Our firm is located in Fernandina, and we look forward to helping you overcome your family law challenges.