Post-Divorce Modifications in Riverside County
More Than 10 Years Helping Clients in Murrieta & Temecula
Whether you are undertaking a divorce for the first time or you are already pursuing a second chapter of your life after divorce, it may come as news to you that no divorce is ever really "final." Life hands us hurdles that must be navigated legally over time, including setbacks like serious injuries or illnesses that can be expensive to treat, or the need to relocate for business or military service, which can impact levels of child access.
Attorney Michael D. Iverson is an experienced attorney who can help you overcome life changes and keep your divorce agreement up to date. During any difficult period post-divorce you can lean on our firm.
How Can I Modify My Divorce Decree in California?
There two ways to petition for a modification to your divorce decree:
- File an appeal with the California District Court of Appeals
- File a motion to modify your divorce decree with the court where your divorce was finalized.
Accepted Reasons for Modification in California
Sudden and substantial shifts in circumstance often call for revisions or modifications to the child custody, visitation, and financial support portions of your California divorce settlement agreement.
Reasons you may want to modify your divorce include the following:
- You and your ex-spouse have come to an agreement that differs from the original court orders.
- Your circumstances have significantly changed since the court orders were given.
- You believe the court made an error that resulted in an unfavorable ruling.
Our attorney can help you determine whether modification is a beneficial course of action in your case.
Pursue a Solution that Fits Your Situation
Mr. Iverson offers the obvious advantages of his 10 years of successful practice. He can skillfully assist when you request or contest a parental relocation to another state. He is there for you when a job is lost, affecting the ability to pay child support or spousal support. And his expertise is invaluable when custody and support obligations go unfulfilled and warrant a court-ordered enforcement of responsibilities.
We welcome the opportunity to serve you, beginning with your initial consultation at our law offices. Michael D. Iverson is a proven and effective problem-solving attorney who responds to your input with useful courses of action. Call (951) 418-2770 today.