By Robin Roshkind, Esquire, West Palm Beach, Florida
The lawyerly answer is…it depends. Certain things in a divorce decree or divorce court order may be modified by the parties or by a judge, and certain other things, once agreed to, adjudicated, and court ordered, are set in stone.
Anything that addresses the best interests of the children of the divorce can be modified, either by agreement of the parties or by a court order. This would require the moving parent to petition the court for a modification of, for example, child support, time sharing arrangements, shared parenting, or a relocation. The moving party would have to prove there is a substantial change in circumstances since the entry of the original court order, which is enough of a change to warrant the modification asked for.
Other divorce issues, like the division of marital assets and/or debts, once decided or agreed…
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