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If your or your spouse’s situation has changed substantially since the ruling, we can help you appeal the judge’s decision. We will help you decide whether or not an appeal is in your best interests.
After Judgment is ordered, child support, spousal support, and child custody orders can be modified, with some exceptions. Johnson Attorneys Group can help you modify your orders in court or by agreement.
Modifications to child support, spousal support, child custody, or visitation agreements may be modified after Judgment is entered, but can also be prohibited by law or complicated. Child custody and visitation orders may upset the stability of a child’s living situation, so you may have an uphill battle to obtain a modified order, even if you are able to prove there has been a change in circumstances. You will need to show the Court that you have the legal right to request a modification and show why the modification is in the best interest of your child or supported by the facts of your case.
Modifying your child custody and visitation or support order can be a complex matter. Our family law attorneys have handled many modification requests and are prepared to handle yours. The attorneys at Johnson Attorney Group are here to help.
If you hope to modify a family law order, speak with one of our experienced attorneys to evaluate your case and ensure you have grounds to seek modification. Learn your rights when it comes to modifications: call 949-942-8784 to request a consultation today.