A material change of circumstance may include, but is not limited to:
A former spouse’s remarriage or cohabitation with another person.
A former spouse gains new employment or a promotion.
One parent decides to move out of state or far from the other parent.
A child’s changing needs, including cases in which a child develops special needs.
A party’s deteriorating physical or mental condition, such as by drug or alcohol abuse.
One parent’s interference with a child’s relationship with the other parent.
A party’s conviction of a crime.
At Tranchina & Mansfield, LLC we are committed to achieving our clients’ goals, and have helped many clients successfully modify custody, visitation, support, and spousal support judgments.