Post Judgment Modifications
Changes often happen in the lives of divorced partners after the divorce settlement and judgment has been made which impact the orders in those judgments. This may be especially true for divorced parents with children. California law provides specific ways for seeking post judgment changes or modifications of the original judgment. Such changes may need to be made concerning issues such as child custody, child support, visitation, spousal support, omitted assets or other matters.
Reasons for a California Post Judgment Modification
Many situations may arise which call for a change in the divorce judgment. Among them is the loss or change of employment, a significant loss or increase of income, the necessity for relocation of either parent, or a significant change in the cost of caring for a child either because of accident, injury, illness, or some other event. Other reasons may prompt a need for a modification, such as a child’s strong desire to reside with the non-custodial parent or a child not doing well under the care of the existing custodial parent.
Do you need help obtaining a post judgment divorce modification? Contact Long Beach divorce attorney Angela Novas McGill for assistance with your situation today!