Post-Judgment Modification Lawyers in Irvine
Effectively Helping Clients Change Their Court Orders across Orange County
A Certified Family Law Specialist by The State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization, Attorney Amy Neshanian provides tenacious legal representation to clients in post-judgment modification matters.
Our attorneys provide skilled legal counsel and representation to individuals in modification proceedings, even if The Neshanian Law Firm, Inc did not previously handle any aspect of your case.
Attorney Amy Neshanian provides highly personalized legal counsel. All client calls and emails will be addressed within a reasonable time period, and we keep you apprised of the progress of your case.
How We Can Help You
Post-judgment modification attorney Amy Neshanian fights to safeguard the best interests of clients who are either seeking to modify or fighting the modification of current court orders.
We offer skilled legal counsel in proceedings relating to post-judgment modification of the following:
To prevail in a modification hearing, the moving party must prove that after the current court orders were made, a change in circumstances occurred resulting in a need for judicial relief.
Changes in circumstances that may justify a modification of prior court orders include:
- Criminal activity or conviction
- Decrease in income
- Drug use
- Increase in income
- Military deployment
- Newly diagnosed illness
- Onset of a medical disability
- Parental relocation
- Subsequent remarriage of an individual who receives spousal support
Child visitation and support will typically be revisited when one parent relocates, and the relocation will impact parental timeshares.
Child support and alimony may be modified when one party gets a pay raise, suffers an involuntary reduction of pay, or is laid off from their job. However, when one party is willfully underemployed, unemployed, or fired for cause, judges will typically deny a request for modification based on decreased earnings.
Whether you are the support payor or payee, if you have experienced an involuntary reduction of pay resulting in a change of circumstances, it is vital that you contact a knowledgeable post-judgment modification lawyer in Irvine as soon as possible to obtain financial relief.
Contact The Neshanian Law Firm, Inc for a Consultation
When you are ready to get started planning your case, contact The Neshanian Law Firm, Inc. We can review your concerns and determine whether sufficient legal grounds exist to warrant seeking judicial relief. Conveniently located in Irvine, The Neshanian Law Firm, Inc represents individuals who live throughout Orange County.