Frisco Modification Attorney
Legal Support for Post-Decree Modifications
Without qualified legal counsel, your best interests can be signed away with the stroke of a pen. Whether you are seeking or challenging a post-decree modification for things ranging from custody to support, our modifications attorneys can protect your rights and explain the right way to proceed.
At Pfister Family Law, we offer aggressive and knowledgeable representation while maintaining a razor-sharp focus on achieving results that reflect our clients’ best interests.
We can help you in any modification case involving:
Discuss your case with our family law modification lawyers in Frisco by calling (972) 370-5172.
To modify a child support order, Texas law requires that there be at least three years since the last order or that there be at least a $100 per month difference between the new support and current support amount. Child support is based on the noncustodial parent’s gross income. Texas law recently changed to raise the maximum amount of child support payable. At Pfister Family Law, we make sure that all sources of income are accurately reflected in child support calculations, such as income claimed by owners of closely held businesses.
Contact us today for aggressive, experienced representation. You may also call us, day or night, at (972) 370-5172. Serving Collin County, Denton County and Fannin County.
“He keeps in touch, keeps us updated, is honest and gives great advice. We couldn't be more pleased with the outcome of every Court appearance thus far.”
While there are many other Frisco-area firms and attorneys who could handle your family law case, there are very few, if any, who have the credentials and experience that our attorneys do.
But that is just one of the reasons to choose us. There are many other reasons why Pfister Family Law is the firm for your family law issue.
John Pfister's Oral Argument at the Texas Supreme Court
We Always Think in Terms of Resolution
We Offer Child Custody and Parenting Agreements
We Prepare Each Case for the Possibility of a Jury Trial
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