Court-Order Modifications from a Tacoma Family Lawyer
Why Seek a Modification to a Current Court Order?
Fortunately for families and individuals across the state of Washington,
court orders for
child support or
custody, or other family law matters can be modified if major life events occur
that necessitate change. When there is a change in the needs of a child
or a former spouse or a change in the ability to follow a court order
based on health, relocation, or another issue, it is possible to file
for a modification with the help of an experienced
Tacoma family law attorney at our firm.
A modification may be necessary if you are a divorced parent or spouse and:
- You are planning to make a significant move across the state, to another
- You have been receiving alimony but your needs have changed.
- You have been paying alimony but your financial status or health has changed
Contact us today to schedule a
case evaluation at the Law Offices of F. Richard Ricketts.
Understand Your Rights
Our firm supports clients through modifications of spousal support/alimony,
parenting plans, child custody orders, and child support orders. When
you meet with us for an initial consultation, you will fill out a questionnaire
to address the reasons for wanting a modification. The objectives you
list guide us as we advocate for your best interests throughout the entire
Reasonable Rates. Practical Solutions. Proven Ability.
Seek modifications to court orders with our help. Your case is important
to us, and we will listen to your concerns and address the issues you
are facing with professionalism and discretion. No matter what court order
you are seeking to modify, we may be able to help. We are proud to serve
Olympia and Pierce County.
Call the Law Offices of F. Richard Ricketts at (253) 259-3501 now to
speak with a knowledgeable Tacoma family law attorney.