Post-Divorce Modification Attorney in San Luis Obispo
Compassionate & Supportive Family Law Counsel
While the terms established in a couple’s divorce decree carry the
enforceability of law, they are by no means permanent. In many cases,
events may transpire in the years following the dissolution of a marriage
that can affect the applicability or fairness of the terms of a divorce
order, requiring them to be modified to accommodate for changing circumstances.
If you are in need of a modification to your existing court order, our
San Luis Obispo family law attorneys at Gillet Law can represent your interests and provide the advocacy you
need to maximize your chances of having your petition approved.
Countless clients have chosen our firm for the following reasons:
- More than a decade’s worth of trusted legal experience
positive testimonials from appreciative clients
- Personalized, one-on-one representation
- Fluent in English and Spanish
Discuss your modification needs with us today – call (805) 980-9002.
What Are the Different Types of Modifications?
Nearly any aspect of a divorce decree can be changed after the fact in
California under the right circumstances. To pursue a modification, you
must petition with the court and convince the judge to change your divorce
agreement. Generally speaking, modifications will only be granted if they
are justified by a substantial change in circumstances from time the order
was made. Sufficient changes in circumstances may include a loss or change
of employment, substantial increases or decreases in income, relocation,
or the declining health of any of the involved parties.
Our firm can help you pursue a modification of the following types of orders:
Work with an Experienced Attorney and Mediator
At Gillett Law, our San Luis Obispo family lawyer understands the difficulties
and emotions that can surface during the process of petitioning for a
modification. With compassionate guidance and an unparalleled dedication
to protecting your best interests, we can carry the burden on your behalf
and make this process as simple and stress-free as possible. You have
a say in how your family operates. Our team is here to make sure your
voice is heard.
Fill out an online form today to take the first step towards retaining the advocacy you deserve.