Buffalo Divorce Lawyer Discusses Child Custody Order
If you decide that at some point after a divorce has taken place that you want to modify a custody agreement or child support, generally speaking, we’re going to do that in Family Court. As an experienced Buffalo Divorce Lawyer, I would say that Family Court has jurisdiction with regard to modifying Supreme Court orders, property settlements, separation agreements, and the court will hear those cases. Quite frankly, going to family court will be less costly than going to Supreme Court.
You can, however, go to Supreme Court and file an order to show cause in Supreme Court. It’s going to cost more because the process is more time intensive for the attorney to prepare.
Are you puzzled on how to modify your child custody order after a divorce? If so, contact the experienced Buffalo Divorce Lawyer Randy Gugino.