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Alpharetta Attorney Helping Modify Divorce Orders
Family law court orders are not always up-to-date, and changed circumstances sometimes necessitate making changes. The most common circumstances when such changes are in order involve child support or child custody, and visitation arrangements.
Faulhaber Family Law, LLC, assists clients when revisiting such orders and makes certain any changes accurately reflect the needs and concerns of both, spouses and children. We will review your situation and provide a frank assessment regarding the necessity of changes and the possibility that courts will allow for modifications of the order.
Lawyer Serving The Best Interests Of The Entire Family
An order that is not up-to-date can result in confusion and squabbles between parties. When an outdated order involves children, this can result in a child’s needs not being met.
When assisting in post-divorce order modifications, Faulhaber Family Law, LLC, works hard to come up with effective solutions. Having over 20 years of family law experience dealing with child support and child custody issues, we deeply understand what the legal and personal needs of children involve.
Tamar has a high reputation for providing quality family law representation and this has resulted in her receiving an AV Preeminent rating* from her peers. She is compassionate to everyone she serves and is entirely capable of handling the most complex of family law cases.
Contact An Experienced Georgia Family Law Attorney
Faulhaber Family Law, LLC, has its office in Alpharetta and regularly caters to clients in Fulton, Catoosa, Fayette and Forsyth counties. Contact our firm for an initial consultation by calling 678-894-7965 or toll free 800-607-0518.
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