Once a Final Judgment has been entered, the circumstances which existed at the time of the final judgment may substantially change. The change might occur in the area of alimony, child support, time sharing with the children, or other aspects of the final judgment.
Some examples of these circumstances can be: the income of one or both of the parties may have substantially increased or decreased, effecting the amount of alimony or child support which should be paid; the children may have reached a stage in their lives which requires a substantial change in the contact schedule with each of the parents and therefore requires a change in child support; or a parent may need to relocate out of the jurisdiction.
The law in Florida contains requirements which must be met prior to proceeding with a modification action.
If you should have questions about modification actions, we are here to discuss your questions with you.
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