Buffalo Divorce Attorney Discusses Support Obligation if a Child Changes Residency
As an experienced Buffalo Divorce Attorney, I am often asked by clients about what happens when the child changes residency. If a situation develops where the child is residing with the nonresidential parent, it is possible to go to court and ask for a change of the arrangements with regard to child support.
Family Court will entertain a change, even though there hasn’t been a formal change of custody or visitation. They take into account the actual circumstances that are being experienced as far as the child is concerned.
Are you concerned about modifying a support obligation if a child changes residency? If so, contact the experienced Buffalo Divorce Attorney Randy Gugino.