After a divorce, life goes on for everyone involved. That means that significant changes often occur after a judgment or order was entered, and those changes could alter whether a decision on custody, child support or alimony is appropriate. Located in White Plains, Carton & Rosoff PC represents clients throughout the Hudson Valley and New York City who seek modifications to existing family law orders. Whether you are requesting a revision based on changed circumstances or looking to prevent a relocation or some other change, we make sure that you have the information you need to correct terms that are unfair or defeat an unwarranted modification request.
In Westchester, Rockland, Putnam and Dutchess counties as well as other parts of the New York metropolitan area, we advise clients on possible modifications to terms addressing:
Determining whether to adjust an existing order is a significant step for a judge, so you want an experienced advocate making the case for you. Our accomplished family law attorneys arm you with the knowledge you need to make key decisions with confidence.
Establishing proper parenting time arrangements can be a difficult and contentious process. Even when both parties agree on the importance of maintaining strong bonds between a child and both parents, conflicts over visitation, transportation and holidays might arise. If a parent with primary residential custody wishes to relocate due to a job change, health issue or some other circumstance, the situation can heat up quickly. We use our experience and perspective to examine what is best for your son and daughter and try to find creative, mutually agreeable solutions whenever possible. When no agreement can be reached on relocation, a change in the amount of time the child spends in each home or other custody concerns, our attorneys deliver well-supported arguments in court.
Carton & Rosoff PC assists clients throughout the Hudson Valley and New York City in circumstances where one party is seeking the modification of an existing family law order. Whether the terms relate to custody, visitation, alimony or child support, please call 914-821-5907 or contact us online to schedule a consultation at our White Plains office.