Modify a Family Law Case

Modifying Parental Responsibility, Visitation or Parenting Plan/Time Sharing Schedule and Other Relief

You may file a modification on an existing family law case when you are asking the court to change the current parental responsibility, visitation, and/or Parenting Plan/time-sharing schedule. A determination of parental responsibility, a Parenting Plan and a time-sharing schedule may not be modified without a showing of a substantial, material, and unanticipated change in circumstances and a determination that the modification is in the best interests of the child(ren).

You can find an electronic packet for Custody by Supplemental Petition Modify Parenting Plan-Time Sharing Schedule in the related documents.

Modifying Alimony

You may file a modification on an existing family law case when you are asking the court to change a current court-ordered alimony obligation. The court can change an alimony order if the judge finds that there has been a substantial change in circumstances of the parties.

You can find an electronic packet for Supplemental Petition to Modify Alimony in the related documents.

Modifying Child Support

You may file a modification on an existing family law case when you are asking the court to change a current court-ordered child support obligation. The court can change a child support order or judgment if the judge finds that there has been a substantial change in the circumstances of the parties and the change is in the child(ren)’s best interests.

You can find an electronic packet for Supplemental Petition to Modify Child Support in the related documents.

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