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Amundson Law Office: How To Start Changing Child Support

January 18, 2022
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The Eagan, MN based Amundson Law Office is encouraging divorced parents to reach out to their team if they believe their child support agreement needs to be revised. The firm specializes in family law and has a great deal of experience pursuing satisfactory outcomes on behalf of their clients. In child support cases, the firm reassures parents that they share their priorities: making sure the children involved are taken care of.

The Dakota County family lawyer clarifies that child support is primarily intended to ensure that the financial needs of the child or children in question are taken care of. In practice, the terms of this support are initially determined when a divorce or child custody order is finalized, and they are based on the living and financial situation of all parties involved at the time of the agreement. Unfortunately, it must be noted that the existence of a court order to this effect does not necessarily mean that it will be implemented properly. Similarly, circumstances may change for one or more parties as time goes on, in which case child support (or spousal support) will need to be reconsidered. The firm recommends that parents take their concerns to a reputable family lawyer at this point for advice on how their previous support orders may be affected.

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Clients who approach Lisa Amundson of the Amundson Law Office will be able to request a free initial consultation. This is vital given that each family is unique and will have different needs, so the firm also advises against relying too heavily on online research to gain an idea of the potential changes that may be made to any support agreement. Many variables are considered during arbitration, and the law may apply very differently based on the specific circumstances and requirements of each family. Learn more here: Child Support Modification.

Amundson acknowledges that child support often changes as a result of one or more parties undergoing significant economic changes (either positive or negative). For instance, if the child support order was put in place when the spouse was unemployed, them gaining employment can have a large impact on the support that is due. The converse is true as well. Amundson reminds her clients that losing a job or suffering similar economic setbacks does not necessarily mean they should still owe an amount they may no longer be able to reasonably afford. However, the standing child support agreement will continue to be in effect until it is re-evaluated so prompt action is vital in such situations. Notably, however, the needs of the children will likely continue to take precedent.

A divorce can be incredibly difficult to go through, and this is exacerbated if one or more parties is hostile to the proceedings. However, having a capable attorney by their side can help a client navigate this trying time of their life with minimal delays or stress. In fact, clients often refer Amundson to others in need due to the positive experience they had during their own cases. However, in the event an individual is not familiar with the firm’s strong work ethic and customer service standards, they are welcome to look up reviews for confirmation that they trust would be best placed in Amundson and her team.

For instance, Amanda C. shares in their 5-Star review on the firm’s Google profile, “My ex-husband and I had a pretty nasty legal battle. Long story short, I retained Lisa. She is by far the best. She always fought for what was best for myself and my kids. She was always prepared, attentive and ready to go to war for me. I can’t even express how amazing she really is, but if you are ever looking for a lawyer, she’s the real deal. I don’t know where I would be without her today.”

The firm encourages their community to get in touch today if they need professional help re-evaluating a child support agreement. The firm has published many resources on this topic (and others) on their website as well. While Lisa Amundson and her team can be reached by phone or email, clients are also welcome to get in touch via the website’s Contact form. Find it here: http://www.amundson-law.com/.



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