Carlsbad Modification Lawyers
Modifying Orders to Reflect Your Life Changes
Divorce agreements are not usually permanent. Many people experience a change in circumstances throughout their lives that necessitate a modification of the agreement. If you feel as though divorce orders need to be updated to reflect your current situation, the knowledgeable modification attorneys at Beringer Law can help.
We handle cases ranging from simple to complex and strive to ensure your situation is fair and equitable. You can seek a modification for many issues, including:
- Increasing or decreasing alimony payments
- Increasing or decreasing child support payments
- Changing custody arrangements
- Ending child support
Under California law, it is the responsibility of the person requesting the modification to show that there was a significant change in circumstances that requires a change to the divorce order.
That is why working with qualified legal counsel is so important. Our team is able to help gather the necessary evidence to show that the current agreement is unfair and should be modified by the court.
How To Know if Your Eligible for Modification
From offices in Carlsbad, the modification attorneys at Beringer Law Firm have experience modifying all types of orders, from custody to alimony to complex property division. We understand what information the court needs to consider this request and know how to present this information to increase the chances of modification approval.
Let our team offer the guidance needed to ensure you are not taken advantage of by your divorce agreement. You may be eligible for a modification if:
- Income for either party has increased or decreased
- One person is incarcerated
- The needs of the child have changed
- The recipient entered into a marriage or domestic partnership
- One person lost their job
- One person is dealing with an unexpected health complication
Put Your Case in the Hands of a Skilled Attorney
At Beringer Law Firm, our attorneys represent clients who seek to modify their agreement as well as those who seek to contest a modification. A divorce order is meant to reflect your current situation and should not remain static and unchanged. With Beringer Law on your side, you can be confident that your case is in good hands.