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In California, child custody order modification is possible based on the current best interests of your child. For instance, your ex who has the child’s primary custody may want to relocate because of a new job. So, you may seek child custody order modification to ensure your child’s current school year is not disrupted. Based on this, the parenting time agreement may be modified in this case to accommodate the co-parent’s request to spend the summer vacation with the child.
If you are making child support payments, but have lost your job or suffered losses in business, your changed financial circumstances may affect your ability to make child support payments. On the other hand, improved financial circumstances of the paying parent may warrant an increase in child support payments. Our child support order modification experts at Lerner Conflict Resolution Center can help you and the other parent arrive at a modified child support plan based on the best interests of your child.
Significant changes in your or your ex’s financial circumstances may warrant spousal support order modification to reflect the new situation. Our dedicated alimony mediation experts will act as a neutral third party to facilitate an open and fair discussion about your spousal support modification needs. We will help both parties to stay focused on the facts, and arrive at a mutually acceptable resolution rather than having to fight it out in the court.
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