Modifying Family Court Orders in Rancho Cucamonga
Our Lawyers Are Here to Help You With Post-Decree Modifications
While a court order may be favorable at first, matters can change in a few months or years, causing unexpected problems for you or your family. The good news is that family court orders can be modified in many cases. If you are dealing with an order that no longer meets the circumstances of your situation, you need to take legal action right away.
Our seasoned and caring Rancho Cucamonga family law attorneys at Chung & Ignacio, LLP are here to guide you through this time.
- What orders can we help you modify?
- Child support
- Spousal support
- Child custody
- Property division (in some cases)
- Visitation rights
No matter your situation, the legal team at Chung & Ignacio, LLP is ready to help. We aim to see that your rights and best interests are upheld throughout the entire modification process.
Ready to get your life back in line? Get your free consultation with our team.
What Is Required for a Modifications?
While it may sound like a great idea to petition for a modification of an order you simply don’t like, that isn’t going to convince a judge to change a ruling. In order to secure a modification, you will need a valid reason to request one. There must be some major change in circumstance that warrants the change.
- This could include the following:
- Loss of a job or decrease in income
- New employment or a raise
- A new job or transfer to another geographic location
- Criminal charges against the other parent / former spouse
Whether you are seeking to modify a child custody agreement to gain more time with your child or want to petition for increased spousal support due to your living situation, we have the skill to help.
Take Steps to Modify Your Family Court Order—Call Us.
Chung & Ignacio, LLP is a premier law firm that has been recognized for our experience, personalized solutions, and dedication to our clients. We understand the complex process of petitioning for a modification and can guide you through this time. From child support modifications to visitation right adjustments, we can handle it all.
Take the first step by calling our firm at (909) 726-7112 to discuss your case!