Temecula Modification Lawyer

Modification of Spousal Support and Child Support

When court orders for family law matters are determined, they are based on the current circumstances of both parties. This means that although custody or support arrangements may be correct when they are initially determined, a modification may be warranted if there has been a substantial change of circumstances for either party.

Whether you lost your job in the recession or were forced to move to find employment, if there has been a substantial change of circumstances, it is important to contact a Temecula child support modification lawyer who can help modify the existing court orders. At The Law Offices of John G. McGill, Jr., we have more than 30 years of experience working with individuals throughout Southern California to make sure their legal arrangements change with their living arrangements. We work with individuals to modify family law doctrines, including:

Contact an Experienced Riverside County Modification Attorney

People and circumstances are in a constant state of flux. If one parent has joint custody but becomes abusive or an alcoholic, it would be important to change the custody arrangements. Similarly, if one spouse was making large spousal support payments and was laid off when his or her company downsized, it would appropriate to modify the spousal support payments.

If you have questions about whether your change in circumstances was substantial enough to warrant a modification, contact us online or call 951-795-4186. We provide an initial assessment without charge and are happy to discuss the specifics of your situation.