Changing Your Court Orders
When you first get divorced or obtain an determination of custody, visitation and/or support, a court order is put into place based on your then current circumstances. In the following months or years, your life can significantly change, making it nearly impossible or unreasonable to keep up with the agreements or orders that were previously set in place. These might include: child support, child custody and visitation, alimony/spousal support, etc.
Here are some of the many reasons that a court order or agreement may need to be modified:
- Sudden illness
- Changes in employment
- Increased ages of the children
- College expenses
- Relocation by one of the parties
- Emergency situations
Although the changes in your life may be valid, you cannot simply stop adhering to the terms of your court order — you must handle the situation in the right manner by obtaining a formal modification. These issues can be handled during the mediation process.
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