Child Support & Custody Modifications

Family Law Modifications

Alabama Family Law Attorney | Crumbley-Blackwell & Associates, P.C.

There are many reasons that people seek to modify an existing order. These may include an income adjustment, one party moving away from the area, or other reasons. Modifications can be made to a child support order, a child custody order, or to other portions of a decree depending on the circumstances. Making modifications to existing orders and agreements can be a complex issue. It is critical that you obtain advice from an experienced family law and divorce attorney. Our team of family lawyers has decades of combined experience handling cases throughout Huntsville, Athens, Madison, and surrounding North Alabama areas. We can answer any questions that you have and provide a road map that will guide you through the legal process. Contact an attorney from our team today to schedule a phone or office consultation.

Divorce & Family Law in North Alabama

We proudly serve communities in Huntsville, Decatur, Madison, and surrounding areas. For your convenience, we can provide a consultation at either our Huntsville or Athens location. If you or a loved one are facing issues relating to child custody modification, child support modification, divorce modification, etc. - schedule a consultation with a family law attorney from our team. Get started today by calling (256) 539-4464 or completing an online case evaluation form.

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