Temporary Spousal Support Calculated

How is Temporary Spousal Support Calculated in North County San Diego?

Pierre Domercq Spousal Support

How is temporary spousal support calculated in a North County San Diego divorce case?  What is the difference between a “temporary” order and a “permanent” order and why does this matter? Lets begin with the second question first.  “Temporary” orders are issued by the Judge in your case near the outset of the divorce.  These orders are designed to keep …

raise or lower child support after a divorce

When Can You Seek to Raise or Lower Child Support After a Divorce?

Pierre Domercq Child Support

When can you seek to raise or lower child support after a divorce?  California family law establishes a specific formula known as the guideline calculation of child support.  Generally speaking, guideline child support is based upon several factors but primarily the income of each parent and the amount of time the child will spend with each party after the divorce.  …

Needed to Modify Child Support in North County

What is Needed to Modify Child Support in North County San Diego?

Pierre Domercq Child Support

What elements are needed to modify child support in North County San Diego?  Our Family Law Courts will not simply accept every case or hear every request for modification of child support.  Child support orders are contained within the “Settlement Agreement” of your divorce paperwork.  In many cases, the specific verbiage in the agreement establishes the “Status Quo” for both …

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 …

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 …

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 …

You’ll Need Evidence to Request Changes in Child Support

Pierre Domercq Child Support

A recent case has demonstrated the need to bring factual evidence when considering a request to modify existing child support orders. California Courts require a significant change in circumstances known legally as the “status quo” before agreeing to hear a post decree modification case for child support based upon a orders in your Carlsbad or North County divorce. A recent …

What Happens When a Change Affects Your Child Support?

Pierre Domercq Post Decree Modifications

What happens when life changes affect your child support? What if you lose your job or suffer a major illness and are unable to meet your obligations? What if the person receiving the support or the person paying the support has a significant increase or decrease in their income? How do you make modifications to child support after the divorce …