James D. Madden, Attorney at Lawexplains the steps you must take in order to modify a family court order
in San Bernardino County.
The family court order that once worked for you may no longer be realistic.
Circumstances change, necessitating court orders to change with it. If
you have undergone a substantial change in circumstances and you qualify,
you can petition for a modification of child support, child custody, spousal
support, and more.
EXAMPLES OF CIRCUMSTANCES REQUIRING MODIFICATION
There are a variety of circumstances that can necessitate the need for
a modification. Some of the more common include:
- Loss of Employment – You lost your job, and now you cannot afford
to pay alimony or child support.
- Taking a Pay Cut – You took a pay cut, and now need more alimony
or child support money.
- Relocation – A job has required you to move out of state, necessitating
a change in custody or parenting plan
- Raises – Your former spouse whom you are paying alimony or child
support payments too has gotten a raise and you wish to decrease the amount
of support/alimony you are paying
Modifying a family court order can save you a substantial amount of money.
If you need to modify a court order, we invite you to contact our law
firm to discuss your options.
HOW TO MODIFY A COURT ORDER IN RANCHO CUCAMONGA
We strongly encourage you to make contacting our firm your first step in
the modification process. As experienced attorneys, we can ensure that
you don’t make any crucial errors along the way. We can help you
compile all the necessary documentation and evidence you will need to
supply to qualify for a modification. We can walk you through the petition
for modification form and assist you in achieving your desired outcome.
Contact us today for a
free evaluation to learn more about modification petitions!