The vanity that is meant to fit in front of this plumbing (see pic) is a tall model with an open bottom cut out so one can put baskets, towels etc. under there. That means that the the bottom of the cabinet is about a foot to a foot and a half above the floor. The drain pipe in the photo rubs up against that so the drain pipe stub out is about an inch too low as is for this style cabinet. There is a cut out in the bottom to accommodate the p-trap plumbing.
I was wondering if I could raise the drain pipe stub and then 45 degree it down to the existing horizontal drain pipe going off to the right. If not, the option is to replumb everything or cut the cabinet in some fashion. Thoughts? Thanks.