Beverly Hills Child Support Modification Lawyers

Jamra & Jamra: Lawyers for Child Support Modification for all of LA

If you are seeking Beverly Hills child support modification lawyers, call Jamra & Jamra at (310) 278-9001. Whether you are receiving or paying child support, the skilled family law attorneys of Jamra & Jamra can guide you through the California child support modification process. We represent clients from throughout Southern California. 

Jamra & Jamra is a boutique family law firm that provides candid legal advice and strategic insight into child support modification cases. You may have a current support arrangement that is inadequate or unfair. Circumstances may have changed that necessitate a change in the current child support order. With decades of experience in this area of the law, our Beverly Hills family law and divorce lawyers have the knowledge and the resources to explain your legal options. Modifying your child support payments is possible but the process requires strict attention to detail and an ability to negotiate effectively. Your original child support arrangement was approved by a family court. Any modification must also be approved. We can guide you through the steps.

For a consultation with an experienced attorney, call Beverly Hills child support modification lawyers at Jamra & Jamra. 

How can I Modify my Current Child Support Order in California?

Our attorneys have answers to even your most complex questions regarding child support modification in California.  We can also maximize your chances of success in achieving the modification you seek. Our Beverly Hills family law attorneys are also experienced in helping parents challenge any modification they deem unnecessary or undesirable. 

If you want to modify your child support order, you cannot informally make this change with your child's other parent. You cannot simply change the arrangement. Any changes to a custody or support agreement must be approved by the court or severe consequences may result. When seeking a child support modification, the following factors should be considered:

  • Are there new responsibilities involving support of another child from a different relationship
  • Has there been a change in the amount of visitation time the non-custodial parent spends with a child
  • Has there been a change to the educational or medical needs of a child
  • Has there been a substantial change to the income of parent receiving support
  • Has a loss of employment occurred
  • Has a modifications in the spousal support or alimony arrangement taken place

The above represent only a sample of the many factors that may necessitate a child support modification. Call the Beverly Hills child support modification lawyers at Jamra & Jamra for all the legal assistance you need.