Modification Of Child Support, Child Custody And More

An unfair or poorly conceived family law order can negatively impact your family for years. Then there are older orders that made sense at the time, but due to changed circumstances are no longer practical or appropriate. Whatever the reason to seek a post-decree modification – or oppose a change – experienced legal representation can help you assert your viewpoint and reach a better outcome.

The Suriano Law Firm LLC serves Columbus and Central Ohio. Susan Suriano, our attorney, focuses exclusively on family law in order to give you the best possible representation in this highly personal and important legal area. Ms. Suriano has been named a Rising Star for 2020 for her dedication to her clients’ success and the variety of methods she uses to resolve their family law problems.

For Every Modification, You Need An Experienced Attorney’s Help

Our firm can represent you and your children’s interests in proposed modifications to child support, child custody and spousal support (alimony). Reasons to seek changes to one of these orders can include:

  • A positive change in income or job loss
  • A parent moving out of state
  • A new job for someone receiving alimony

We have a variety of methods at our disposal, including collaborative law and mediation, to help you reach an agreement. And we are more than capable of representing you before a family court judge if out-of-court negotiations are not fruitful. With The Suriano Law Firm LLC, you will get a law firm that understands the great responsibility you have given us. We will work tenaciously to live up to your expectations.

Discuss Modifications With A Lawyer

If you are involved in a possible post-decree modification of a family law order, contact our office online or call 614-532-9534 to schedule a consultation with our attorney. We charge $100 for initial consultations.

Rising Stars | Susan M. Suriano
Rising Stars | Susan M. Suriano
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