The Child Support Modification agreement is a document that records and establishes a change (declared by a court of law) in the initial Child Support Agreement.
A modification in the agreement may be required due to many reasons –the original agreement may seem to be unfair, a party’s employment status may have changed, a party’s earnings may have changed, etc.
The modification process is not exactly a plain one. There are multiple steps to it. You have to create a modification agreement that the involved parties approve, fill and review court forms, file them, and then notify the other parent.
We offer a sub-template for the modification agreement created by legal experts. It includes and declares the basic elements essential to the document. The template is fully customizable – you can add, subtract and modify the text within.
The sub-template is available in various formats. Please know that the textual framework of the document has been subjected to the critique and verification of an established legal attorney.