Post Judgment Modifications happen when one side doesn’t live up to what they were ordered or agreed to do. Rarely we find a modification occurs when something is not in the judgment. A thorough divorce judgment should alleviate the need for a post judgment modification, but sometimes they are unavoidable.

These motions are filed after the divorce is over. A post judgment litigation process can occur when there are disputes about enforcing or changing the agreement previously made through the courts. Or, post judgments might be filed in an effort to seek a change in custody or visitation when children are involved. Some parents don’t live up to taking the children as scheduled and therefore, the other parent has the kids more often without receiving additional child support.

For whatever reason you might be seeking a post judgment modification, call our Temecula family law firm today at (951) 468-8907 to discuss your rights.