Modifications of Court Orders in CA
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After the court has ordered certain child support payments, visitation
rights, spousal support or other matter related to
divorce or family law, adhering to that order is not optional. Any party that
fails to adhere to the ordered payments can face legal repercussions for
being in contempt of court.
There are some cases in which circumstances change, such as a change in
employment, the need to relocate, a remarriage, or changed circumstances
in a child's life. These changes in circumstances could justify a
modification of court orders. Court orders can only be modified by the
court, so if you need to modify a custody, alimony, or any other type
of agreement, you will need to petition for a modification of court orders.
Need help with a divorce modification? Call James D. Madden, Attorney at
Law today to request a free consultation!
Guiding You Through Modifications
Our Rancho Cucamonga divorce lawyer is here to help people on both ends
of the spectrum—those that need to request a modification and those
who need to contest modification petitions.
We help people who find themselves in the following types of situations:
- A change in occupation requires you to move out of state, which goes against
your current custody order;
- You recently lost your job and need more child support money OR cannot
afford to pay child support;
- Your former spouse recently got a raise, so you would like to decrease
your alimony payments; or
- You noticed your former spouse or partner mistreating or abusing your child
and fear for their safety.
Modifying All Types of Family Law Agreements
Our Rancho Cucamonga family lawyer at James D. Madden, Attorney at Law
is very familiar with drafting all types of modifications (as well as
contesting modifications) and can assist you to get the matter resolved.
As an experienced attorney, he is more than prepared to help you through
this time. With our nearly 20 years of experience, we are the advocates
you want behind your case. You can be confident that your future is in
good hands when you come to us.
Schedule your free consultation by calling us at (909) 992-0188.