Even after the divorce is finalized, there is a possibility that the divorce agreement will demand alterations due to changing circumstances. These changes in the divorce agreement are known as post-decree modifications. These motions may be requested by either party once the divorce is final if a situation has changed or there has been a breach of the original contract.
Other situations affected by Post-decree modifications include child custody, child support, and/or alimony. However, if the divorce agreement is good, alterations are not needed. The objective of carrying out post-decree modifications is to resolve changes quickly and decisively so that both parties can move forward with their lives.
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