People's lives continue to change following divorce or the end of a nonmarital relationship in which there are children. As a result, it is common for existing court decrees regarding custody, support, alimony or other issues to be modified.
At the law office of David L. Willis, P.C., in San Antonio, we assist clients with modifications and represent individuals who wish to prevent a requested modification to an existing order. In some cases, individuals who have relocated to Texas wish to modify out-of-state orders, which we can also help complete.Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements
Other issues arise following divorces that also require legal assistance. If you are planning to remarry, it is often smart to create a prenuptial agreement. Doing so can protect the assets you are bringing into a marriage and address inheritance matters regarding children from a previous marriage.
If you have already remarried and did not enter into a prenuptial agreement, you can draft a postnuptial agreement. Married couples may also wish to create postnuptial agreement if one partner wishes to start a business without burdening his or her spouse with the debt attached to that endeavor.
In some cases, a former spouse fails to follow a court order. If you need assistance enforcing a property division order, payment of child or spousal support or getting your child's other parent to follow custody orders, we can help.
Call 210-245-8292 or use our online contact form to schedule a meeting with an experienced lawyer who will take the time to explain all of your options and develop a legal strategy to achieve your unique goals.