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Modifying Existing Court Orders

Experienced Attorney Serving Pleasanton and the East Bay

Circumstances often change and existing court orders may need to be modified with the assistance of an attorney. At Elene M. Mylordos, Attorney at Law, we understand that when you need an order modified, you may be confused about where to turn or who to trust. At our firm, we are pleased to have assisted countless individuals and families in overcoming difficult situations and we may be able to help you as well.

When you work with our team, we can develop a personalized plan of action to help you understand your options and pursue the court-ordered modification that you need. If you are looking to modify a child custody, support, or other standing court order, do not hesitate to retain the services of a Pleasanton divorce attorney from our team.

Numerous types of court orders can be modified, including:

  • Child custody orders
  • Child support orders
  • Spousal support orders
  • Visitation arrangements

Of course, no two cases are the same, and in order to ensure that you receive the best possible resolution for your situation, it is imperative that you retain strong legal representation. We always provide clients with dedicated, experienced legal counsel that they can trust. To learn more, consult our team right away.

Retain a Qualified Family Lawyer

Are you interested in learning more about your situation? We can assist you throughout the modification process and determine your eligibility to file a motion for modification. Our firm understands that sometimes situations arise that can cause the need for an immediate modification of orders, such as illness, change in employment, or need to relocate.

To receive an initial consultation, contact Elene M. Mylordos, Attorney at Law right away and speak with our dedicated Pleasanton modification lawyer today!

We Represent You

  • Help you know what to realistically expect

  • Communicate promptly with you during the course of your case

  • Develop a plan of action to help with the emotions involved

  • Assist in the transition to a new stage of life

  • Provide you with options to address your situation

  • Customize an approach to your case