Modification

Child Custody Modification

Child Custody Modification

Child Custody Modification During a divorce that involves minor children, you and your spouse came to an agreement about child custody (now known as “legal decision-making).  This agreement pertained to the making of major life decisions for children about their education, medical needs, religious training and personal care. But later on, there may come a…

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Modifying Your Child Support Agreement

Modifying Your Child Support Agreement

After a divorce there may come a time in which you one or both parents want to modify the amount of child support being paid. In Arizona, everything concerning minor children, including the amount of child support being paid, is by law always subject to modification (i.e., change) whenever a material and continuous change of…

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What Can Be Modified in a Divorce Decree?

What Can Be Modified in a Divorce Decree?

Divorce Decree Modifications During the divorce process, finances, property and other possessions and assets are divided, arrangements are made, and then the divorce is finalized.  But what happens if there is a life circumstance change or some other reason that prompts a need to change the divorce decree?  Can you actually change the divorce decree…

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