Skilled Family Law, Mediation and Estate Planning Attorney
Call (760) 722-
More than 30 Years’ Experience
Exclusive... No “Battle” Mediation
The information contained herein is provided for informational purposes only, and is not intended to serve as legal advice. You should not act or fail to act based on the information on this website. This website contains general information only, and may not reflect recent changes to the law. All cases differ – please contact an attorney in your area to get legal advice as it pertains to your case. Attorney Joseph Battle Carnohan is licensed to practice law in the State of California.
Attorney Joseph B. Carnohan represents individuals who live and work in Oceanside and throughout North San Diego
County and throughout the region, including those in the following cities:
Solana Beach, Sorrento Valley, Valley Center, Vista, San Marcos Child Custody Attorney, San Marcos Child Support Attorney, Escondido Child Support Attorney
The Law Offices of Post Judgment Modification Lawyer Joseph Battle Carnohan has been providing experienced legal counsel and representation to clients in Oceanside and throughout North San Diego County for more than 30 years.
A seasoned Post Judgment Modification Attorney, Mr. Carnohan is a skilled mediator, negotiator and litigator. He possesses the experience required to help clients obtain a Modification when a change in circumstances has occurred since the previous court order was issued. Additionally, Lawyer Joe Carnohan also fights on behalf of clients who are opposing the Post Judgment Modification.
Contact the Law Offices of Oceanside Post Judgment Modification Lawyer Joseph Carnohan at (760) 722-
The Law Offices of Oceanside Attorney Joseph Battle Carnohan provides knowledgeable and experienced representation to clients in a wide variety of Post Judgment Modification matters, including those pertaining to the following:
When requesting modification of a property settlement agreement, the Court will not revisit the issue unless it can be successfully demonstrated that one spouse deliberately omitted assets or engaged in fraud, duress, or coercion that adversely affected the division of marital assets. However, the moving party must file a petition for modification shortly after the issue of property settlement has been finalized.
All other modifications may be filed at any time, and will be granted by the Family Court Judge if one party can successfully show that circumstances have changed sufficient to modify the previous court order.
The following are examples of changed circumstances that will prompt the Court to grant a request for modification:
The Law Offices of Lawyer Joseph Carnohan can represent you in your Post Judgment Modification proceedings even if we did not represent you during your initial court case or during subsequent Modification hearings.
An experienced Mediator and Negotiator, every reasonable effort will be made to settle your matter. However, if the Mediation or Settlement process fails to yield results which are acceptable to both parties, Mr. Carnohan possesses the experience required to take your matter to trial.
If you believe that a change in circumstances has taken place since your last court order was issued and want to file for a Post Judgment Modification, or if you have been served with Modification paperwork by your former spouse or partner and need the highest quality legal representation, please complete our Modification Case Evaluation Form.
For immediate assistance, contact Oceanside Post Judgment Modification Lawyer Joseph Battle Carnohan at (760) 722-
Call today to learn how Mr. Carnohan can put his 30+ years of experience in the field of Family Law to work on your behalf.