Attorney Sarah Springer has been practicing law since 1980, has served as a judge, and has decades of experience in both litigation and mediation. We have the proven legal insight you need.
As time goes by, children age and financial circumstances can change. Many families may find that the existing divorce agreement may not work or is no longer effective in maintaining the best interests of their children. If this situation applies to you, The Springer Law Firm can help you seek a modification of your existing agreement with the court. We can review your circumstances to determine whether your situation merits a modification and guide you through the process.
We can assist clients with modifying:
Our Katy modification attorneys are focused on providing hands-on counsel through each step. From the paperwork and negotiating new agreements to preparing you for modification hearings, we are here to represent your best interests and advocate for a fair solution.
We can also represent parties who wish to dispute a modification request.
A judge will only approve a modification request if an individual can demonstrate a substantial change in circumstances. It is important that you prepare your modification request in a manner that is convincing and shows that this change is in the best interests of the children.
Reasons for modification can include:
Some of the most common court order violations are failure to pay child support and refusing to allow court mandated visitation. If you need assistance enforcing an existing agreement, we can help you seek remedies through the court. We strive to find effective solutions that are aimed to seeking compliance rather than resorting to incarceration, so you and your family can move forward with peace of mind.
If you are interested in modifying an agreement, contact (281) 940-3244.
Our attorneys pride themselves on the work we perform for our cleints. The attorneys, paralegals, and staff care about our clients and we work hard to provide the best legal services we can to protect our clients’ rights and promote their goals in litigation.
Our Katy divorce and family law attorneys focus solely on matters of family law and matters that affect families such as estate planning, and we are here to protect your family's interests.
Our office is located in Katy, Texas, conveniently located off Mason Road between Highland Knolls and Cinco Ranch Boulevard.
Attorney Sarah Springer has served the legal community by leading her peers as President of the Fort Bend County Bar (2015) and as President of the Katy Bar (2013-2016). She also serves on the Board of Directors of Fort Bend Lawyers Care, the agency which coordinates legal services to indigent citizens of Fort Bend County and our Veterans. Attorney Springer was recognized for her service to Fort Bend Lawyers Care, receiving the prestigious Suzanne Bartholomew Award in 2016. She was also recognized for her service to the Katy Bar Association by receiving the 2016 Katy Bar Silver Jubilee Service Award in 2016. Attorney Springer currently serves as Editor of the Katy Bar Newsletter, which was awarded the 2016 Stars of Texas Bars Award for Small Bar Newsletter.