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Post-Judgment Modifications Involving Child Support and Timesharing in Florida

Post-judgment modification means revisiting a case to hopefully change some of the final rulings. In Florida, two of the final rulings that can be modified post-judgment are child support and parental timesharing. It is important to understand that no final ruling can be changed by the parties involved, even if both parties agree amicably to the change. A post-judgment modification must be made back in family court, usually by the judge who made the initial decision. However, before returning to court, it is wise to enlist the services of a Marital and Family Law professional, as there are several requirements...

What is a Post-Judgment Modification in Florida

To modify, according to dictionaylaw.com, is “a change in an existing court order or judgment made necessary by a change in circumstances since the order or judgment was made or to cure an error.” In Florida, post-judgment modifications can be made to alimony, child support, parental timesharing, and the parenting plan. No changes to an existing order or judgment can be made by the parties themselves but only through mediation or by a judge. In all cases where a post-judgment is requested, there must be proof of material, substantial, and unanticipated (before final judgment) change. Different modification needs can determine...

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