Post-Judgment Modifications

Unfortunately a divorce, dissolution of domestic partnership or paternity case does not always end when a final judgment is filed with the Court. Particularly with child custody and visitation issues, child support issues and spousal support issues it is necessary to revisit and modify the orders set forth in the judgment months, years or even decades after the fact.

Post-judgment modification proceedings may involve a modification of child custody and visitation orders or the termination or modification of child support or spousal support. It is possible for these modification proceedings to be more complicated and time consuming than the original proceedings. Accordingly, it is important to ensure that you have competent representation in any modification proceedings.

Matthew J. Rudy, the principal attorney of The Law Office Of Matthew J. Rudy, has represented clients in numerous modification proceedings in Santa Clara, Alameda, San Mateo and Santa Cruz Counties as well as other Bay Area counties.

Contact The Law Office of Matthew J. Rudy for a free one-hour consultation to determine how to approach your modification proceeding.