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Downey, CA Post Judgment Modifications Attorney

Modifying Existing Orders to Reflect Your Current Situation

A Downey Lawyer Helping You Obtain Custody and Support Order Changes

Family court orders are not set in stone. They are meant to be modified when there is a significant change in circumstances on which the initial orders were based, such as a lost job, promotion, birth of a new child or remarriage.

At the Law Offices of Eugene M. Siegel, we will provide you with an honest and straightforward assessment of your case if you are seeking a modification of child support or spousal support/alimony orders. With 30 years of experience serving clients in Southern California, we are extremely knowledgeable about the law and dedicated to providing exceptional personal service. Contact us via e-mail or call us at 562-862-7541 to learn about all of your rights and entitlements under the California Laws and Statutes as it applies to legal matters.

Protecting Your Child Against Abuse and Dangerous Situations

If the other parent of your child has engaged in behavior that places your child in danger - child abuse, drug or alcohol abuse or other criminal activity - it is your responsibility to take action and get your child out of a bad situation. We can seek a modification of the custody order in your case to protect your child.

We have extensive experience providing the necessary care and attention for children who are in compromising situations.

Experience That Matters

Our founder, attorney Gene Siegel, has experience as a Judge Pro Tem (temporary judge) in family law and civil law cases. He is extremely familiar with these proceedings and understands how to present information to judges in a favorable light.

The court's top priority is ensuring that your child's interests will be properly protected. We will argue that obtaining these modifications will allow you to better provide and care for your child. Contact us to learn about all of your rights and entitlements under the California Laws and Statutes as it applies to legal matters.