Post Divorce Decree Modifications to Child Custody or Spousal Support

Post Divorce Decree Modifications to Child Custody or Spousal Support in North County

Pierre Domercq Post Decree Modifications

How do you get spousal support, child support or child custody orders modified after a divorce decree in North County San Diego?  Generally speaking, in order to consider post divorce decree modifications to child custody or spousal support in North County the Court will be looking for what is legally described as a “significant change in the Status Quo.”  What …

Post Decree Modifications to Spousal Support

Pierre Domercq Post Decree Modifications

Spousal support is quite common, especially in marriages which last longer than ten years. Can an order of spousal support be modified down the road? What happens if the Judge issued a Gavron Warning and the time has come and gone? This is why it is important to work with the experienced family law attorneys at Burke & Domercq. We …

Modifying Orders From Your Divorce Decree

Pierre Domercq Post Decree Modifications

Is it possible to modify the orders issued by the judge in your divorce case? Are you looking to seek a reduction or an increase in child support, spousal support or hold your former spouse accountable? When a divorce decree is issued by a Judge in North County San Diego, it addresses all aspects including child custody and parenting time, …

Changing Child Support Orders After a North County Divorce Decree

Pierre Domercq Post Decree Modifications

Changing child support orders after a North County divorce decree is possible. The experienced post-decree modification attorneys at Burke & Domercq have decades of experience before North County family law courts in these matters. We provide sound advice informed by this experience and our legal skill and expertise. We will first review the orders issued by the judge or magistrate …

Do You Wish to Modify Child Support in North County

Pierre Domercq Post Decree Modifications

Do you wish to modify child support in North County? The experienced family law attorneys at Burke & Domercq each have decades of experience in North County family law Courts. We handle post-decree modifications of child support, spousal support and other questions regarding the orders issued in a divorce decree. Changes to child support usually require a substantial change in …

Can Spousal Support be Modified Post-Decree in North County

Pierre Domercq Post Decree Modifications

We are often asked if spousal support can be modified after divorce orders are issued in North County. The answer is “yes” as long as there is a valid reason for the Court to consider your case and issue the orders. What the Court is looking for from a legal perspective is called a substantial change in the “Status Quo.” …

What Constitutes a Change in the “Status Quo” for a Post-Divorce Decree Modification in North County?

Pierre Domercq Post Decree Modifications

Are you considering a request to modify child custody or parenting time, spousal support or child support? What is “Status Quo” and how does it affect the likely success of a post-decree modification after a Carlsbad or North County divorce? California family law courts are overloaded, and most courts including the family law courts in North County are looking for …

Seeking Support Modifications after the Divorce

Pierre Domercq Post Decree Modifications

Seeking support modifications after the divorce is completed can be more complex than you might imagine. In most cases, the divorce paperwork itself as well as California law will require there to be a substantial change in the “Status Quo” in order to request modifications to child support, spousal support or even child custody down the road. The Court will …

Seeking Modifications to your North County or Carlsbad Divorce Orders

Pierre Domercq Post Decree Modifications

When can you ask the Court to modify the orders issued during your North County or Carlsbad divorce? What must occur for you to successfully pursue a change in orders relating to: spousal support child support child custody or visitation domestic violence or abuse The answer to your question is actually quite complex and will be based upon your unique …