California Divorce Decree Modification Lawyer
Since 1974, the law office of David J. Crandall has provided comprehensive representation to individuals and families involved in family law issues. Many clients seek our help when they are experiencing divorce. For others, the need for legal help may arise after the final divorce decree. Divorce decree modification is an issue many divorcees must cope with.
Would you like to speak with an attorney regarding divorce decree modification? Please contact an attorney from the law firm of David J. Crandall to arrange your free consultation.
What Merits a Divorce Decree Modification?
An individual generally requests a modification to a divorce decree because of a "material change in condition." This change in condition can involve a change of income, a proposed relocation to another part of the state or country, remarriage, or various other reasons. Modification usually involves child custody, child support, or spousal support. If a person has changed jobs, returned to school, or remarried, a change may be in order.
The world is becoming increasingly mobile and people often relocate for employment, familial, and personal reasons. For parents with child custody arrangements, a move-away order may be necessary. Our firm represents individuals who are interested in relocating with the children, as well as individuals who oppose the move. As with child custody cases, the best interests of the children are considered, and we handle cases on a case-by-case basis.
Contact us today to learn how we can help you.