If you or your family has already been to court and the court issued an order, then the parties could have the option of modifying the terms of the court order. For example, a court may issue an order for child support, spousal support, parenting time, etc.
The Court Could Modify:
Changes of Circumstances Could Include
Whether you are looking to change of the terms of your current court order or you want to keep the terms the same but the other party has filed to modify the court order, it is important to hire a lawyer for best results. Attorneys Heather Johnston and Eli Heller can assist you in this matter. They handle all issues relating to Modification of Court Orders and Domestic Relations in Portage and Summit Counties, OH.
You can contact them at 330-296-8000 (Ravenna Office) and 330-686-2890 (Stow Office) for a free consultation. No obligation.
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