Modification of Spousal Support Orders in North County

Modification of Spousal Support Orders in North County San Diego

Pierre Domercq Spousal Support

If you live in Carlsbad, Encinitas, Oceanside or Vista and are concerned about the modification of spousal support orders in North County you will need and experienced local lawyer.  The attorneys at Burke & Domercq have decades of experience in local family law Courts and extensive experience with spousal support orders and modifications. Does spousal support continue until death do …

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 …

Can Child Support be Modified Post Divorce Decree?

Pierre Domercq Child Support

Most North County residents are overwhelmed by the legal questions, process and paperwork associated with the modification of child support after a divorce decree has been issued. This is why it is important to work with the experienced family law attorneys at Burke & Domercq, based in Carlsbad. Child support may be modified after the divorce decree is issued in …

How Do Changes in Income Post Decree Affect Spousal Support

Pierre Domercq Spousal Support

How will changes in your income after a divorce in Carlsbad or North County affect your spousal support? While this is a complex legal issue, the short answer is a change in the income of either party may have an effect on spousal support. In some cases it may not. Spousal support is generally intended to ensure former spouses leave …

Texts and Emails in Child Custody and Domestic Violence Disputes

Pierre Domercq Divorce

What are the legal roles of texts and emails in child custody and domestic violence related disputes in a North County divorce or post-decree matter? Are they admissable? The core issue is the level of anger and venom which is too easily communicated in a text or email. One comment spurs another and before too long things can get out …

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 …

Post Decree Modification of Child Custody and Parenting Time Orders in North County

Pierre Domercq Child Custody and Visitation

Is it possible to seek post decree modification of child custody and parenting time orders in North County? The experienced family law and post-decree modification attorneys at Burke & Domercq have represented clients in these cases for decades here in North County courts. It is quite common for North County courts to hear child custody and parenting time modification cases. …

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.” …