Modification of Custody, Visitation, or Support Orders

When either a divorce, custody, visitation, or support case is finalized, the provisions in the final order are determined based on the circumstances that exist at that time. If circumstances change over time, certain portions of the court's order may be able to be modified based upon proof of a material change in circumstances.

When requesting a modification, you need to make a compelling argument to support your position and the legal issues can become quite complicated. Be sure you have an experienced family law attorney on your side who can help guide you through a sometimes intimidating process.

I have been practicing family law in the Virginia Beach area for over 30 years. I have helped many clients to successfully obtain modifications to divorce settlements when the terms of the original decree are no longer manageable.

Experience With All Types Of Modification

At the Law Office of Stephen J. Kecskes, I am committed to helping you reach a positive result in your modification proceeding. I will help you complete all the necessary documentation and represent you at any hearings.

I have a complete understanding of Virginia family law and I know what the court requires in order to approve a modification request. During our initial consultation, I will evaluate your case and give you an honest assessment of your case so you can make an informed decision about moving forward.

I also handle many cases involving enforcement of orders. If you are having trouble meeting the terms of your divorce or if your spouse has failed to fulfill any portion of his or her responsibility, I can work on your behalf to correct the situation.

I help clients who are seeking modification of the court's order in a variety of cases including:

  • Child custody and visitation, including relocations;
  • Child support; and
  • Spousal support or alimony

Call For A Free Initial Consultation With A Lawyer

Ready to discuss your case? Contact my office. I offer a free initial 30-minute consultation which I prefer to conduct at my Virginia Beach office. I am available during regular business hours by appointment.