Modification of Court Orders Your life changes.  There are many reasons to modify previous family court orders.  These reasons can include a change in the needs or circumstances of either party, or if one party is not following through on their obligations.  Some orders cannot be modified, such as the division of property.  However, other areas of a Sacramento divorce agreement can be modified.  These include child support, child custody and visitation, and spousal support.  Changing Child Custody and Visitation Child custody can be modified either by the court or by the parties. As children grow up, their needs and interests may change. The situations of the parents may also change necessitating a modification of the custody agreement. For instance in the case of a “move away” situation where one parent wishes to move to another county, state, or country and take the children. Changing Child Support Child support is determined by a fixed calculation.  If there is a change in circumstances which influences the factors in the calculation (such as income or custody time), then the parties may be entitled to a modification of the support amount. Changing Spousal Support Spousal support, commonly referred to as 'alimony', can be changed by either party.  Usually this involves changing the amount or the duration of support. If you have recently experienced a change in your material circumstances, The Stucki Law Firm in Sacramento can provide you legal services to modify previous court orders of child custody, child support, and spousal support.
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Modification of Court Orders Your life changes.  There are many reasons to modify previous family court orders.  These reasons can include a change in the needs or circumstances of either party, or if one party is not following through on their obligations.  Some orders cannot be modified, such as the division of property.  However, other areas of a Sacramento divorce agreement can be modified.  These include child support, child custody and visitation, and spousal support.  Changing Child Custody and Visitation Child custody can be modified either by the court or by the parties. As children grow up, their needs and interests may change. The situations of the parents may also change necessitating a modification of the custody agreement. For instance in the case of a “move away” situation where one parent wishes to move to another county, state, or country and take the children. Changing Child Support Child support is determined by a fixed calculation.  If there is a change in circumstances which influences the factors in the calculation (such as income or custody time), then the parties may be entitled to a modification of the support amount. Changing Spousal Support Spousal support, commonly referred to as 'alimony', can be changed by either party.  Usually this involves changing the amount or the duration of support. If you have recently experienced a change in your material circumstances, The Stucki Law Firm in Sacramento can provide you legal services to modify previous court orders of child custody, child support, and spousal support.
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