Post-Judgment Enforcement and Modification
separation or divorce agreement
Although your original separation or divorce agreement may have worked initially, there may be a significant change in circumstances that has made compliance difficult, inconvenient or impossible. In these situations, you may be able to pursue a post judgment modification that will allow you to alter your existing child custody, visitation, child support or spousal support arrangement. There may also be the situation where you are owed money from a prior agreement and your former partner or spouse has not paid what you are owed.
circumstances may qualify
Not just any change in circumstances may qualify for a post judgment modification. If you are to pursue a post judgment modification, you will need to prove that the change is significant enough to warrant the time and expense spent in pursu1ing an change of your existing agreement in court. Some examples of situations that may qualify for a divorce modification may include:
For the party requesting a post judgment modification, the burden of proof you and you will need to supply the court with evidence that a modification is warranted.