Even after a divorce is finalized, people go through changes in life and circumstances. When these changes happen, it’s not unusual for child custody, visitation or support agreements to become burdensome or outmoded. Since these arrangements are set in place by a legally binding court order, it requires a modification of the court order to change them. As an experienced family law attorney, Hollie A. Lemkin has helped many people navigate the complex process of modifying parental or support agreements.
Parents may need to modify their terms of child custody, visitation or child support for a wide range of reasons, ranging from simple life changes to an ongoing issue with an ex-spouse. Some common examples:
Hollie Lemkin is the daughter, granddaughter, sister, and aunt to lawyers. She knows that Family Law is about more than winning. It is about inflicting the least amount of collateral damage on your children and putting your family in the most advisable possible position moving forward. A passionate trial lawyer, she will never back down from a fight.
She is exactly the attorney you want in your corner.
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