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Modifications Attorney in La Grande

Circumstances Change. We Can Help.

After a divorce, it’s common for circumstances to change to the extent that you would need to modify your existing child support, spousal support, or child custody order. With a capable legal advocate on your side, you can trust that your best interests will be strongly represented and that all the legal details will be effectively handled.

At Laura Eckstein Law, a La Grande modifications attorney with more than 19 years of experience can work with you to fight for the best possible outcome. Attorney Laura Eckstein is a passionate and skilled advocate for her clients. Our firm can work to ensure that you are treated fairly by the court system. Ultimately, we treat you as we would wish to be treated in a similar situation, and we communicate with you regularly throughout the entire legal process.

Learn more about your case today by calling (541) 444-0830 for a free initial consultation.

When Can an Order Be Modified?

In order to modify an order such as child support, child custody, visitation, or spousal support, you must prove to the court that a substantial change took place and that the change in question requires a modification to be made to accommodate your circumstances.

The following are usually considered significant enough life changes to merit a modification:

  • Relocation
  • Remarriage
  • Income change
  • Child’s needs increased
  • Employment change (such as being fired)

The court will evaluate your case and determine whether the modification can be granted.

Call (541) 444-0830 for a Free Initial Consultation

Find out if you are qualified to file a petition for a modification by discussing your change in circumstances with Laura Eckstein Law. Our La Grande modifications lawyer can fight on your behalf. We explore every legal avenue that could lead to your success and are committed to achieving our clients’ goals.