Be Your Own Lawyer
by Wes Cowell; updated 23 July 2018

 

A lot of legal work is routine, repetitive, standardized, and streamlined.  With a little advice and guidance, most folks can do a lot on their own . . . saving thousands of dollars.  If you have a case in family court, you can Be Your Own Lawyer to:

  

  • Enforce court-ordered obligations (contempt of court).

  • Compel surrender of income and asset information.

  • Issue subpoenas to obtain income and asset information 

  • Modify Parenting time, Child Support, Maintenance.

  • Terminate Child Support or Maintenance.

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HOW IT WORKS:  Select your desired service, complete the on-line questionnaire,  follow my instructions.  That's all there is to it.  If you have questions, just call; we're here to help you be your own lawyer . . . no extra charge.

What Do You Want to Do?

Modify Parenting Time ($500):  You may go to court to modify the parenting schedule -- even if the other parent doesn't agree -- anytime it would serve the child(ren)'s best interest.  Out-of-court promises and hand-shake agreements are not official and cannot be enforced if the other parent reneges.  The smart move is to have the change made official, in court.  Learn more . . . .

MODIFY SUPPORT ($500):  Child Support may be modified whenever there has been a "substantial change in circumstances."  You can go back to court to decrease (or increase) child support if you've:

  • been laid off,

  • taken a new job,

  • significantly changed the parenting schedule,

  • had a baby in your new family, or

  • if the child has incurred new expenses,

  • experienced any substantial change in circumstances.

Learn more . . .  

TERMINATE CHILD SUPPORT ($275):  Child support is supposed to end when the child turns 18 or graduates from high school, whichever is later, and the child's 19th birthday is an absolute backstop.  Child support termination doesn't happen automatically.   If your wages are being garnished for support, your employer will need a court order telling them to stop the garnishments.  Learn more . . .

MODIFY MAINTENANCE ($500):  Unless your divorce judgment specifically says that maintenance is "non-modifiable" of "Permanently 

ENFORCE COURT-ORDERED OBLIGATION (CONTEMPT OF COURT):

COMPEL SURRENDER OF FINANCIAL INFORMATION

ISSUE A SUBPOENA

RELOCATE WITH CHILDREN

 

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