Post-Judgment Modification Lawyer in Murrieta
Making Legal Changes to Your Divorce Order
When you go through the
divorce process, the final goal is to put together an order which specifies how all matters
will be handled, from your children to finances. However, the divorce
order is issued and agreed upon based on the circumstances at the time
of your divorce.
At The Grey Legal Group, APC, we recognize how quickly and unexpectedly
circumstances can change, leading to a need for a modification. When circumstances
change and make the court's orders difficult to enforce, either party
may seek a change or modification to the judgment.
Is Hiring an Attorney for Modifications Necessary?
There are many different situations which can lead to the need for a modification,
including the loss of a job or sudden illness. Quite often this will occur
in custody cases as the children get older, parties re-marry, or move
residences. It may occur in
property division if an awarded piece of property changes form, such as an employee retirement plan.
It is very important to understand that you must meet with a Murrieta family
lawyer and do not attempt to simply come to an agreement on your own.
Although it is fine for you and your ex-spouse to discuss the matters
at hand, you must draft the necessary legal documents for a modification
request with the help of an attorney.
We can assist you with modifications to any the following:
At our firm, we truly care about helping you handle all legal matters in
professional and timely manner. We have 45 years of combined experience
serving clients in Murrieta, Temecula, and throughout Riverside and San
complimentary case consultation with one of our family law attorneys by
contacting us online or calling
The Grey Legal Group, APC at 951.363.2255.