Pictures. I am in California
The house was remodeled but the previous roof was kept intact. The new roof was built around it with extra space.
That means when I go up into the attic, it reflects the attic as if the old roof was in place. Meaning the attic created by the part of the new roof is not accessible. So a few cutouts need to be made through the wood pictured to access the new attic.
I am assuming this is structurally safe and feasible to do first of all since I am not cutting through anything vital. So who would I call to get this done? Roofer, carpenter, any ordinary handyman, etc?
EDIT: Here is a drawing of the situation. Old house vs new house, green is accessible attic area and red is inaccessible.