Modification of Order
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It is important to note that “permanent” doesn’t necessarily mean “permanent” when it comes to Family Law. Custody and Child Support orders are not permanent but remain modifiable upon a showing of the appropriate evidence of changed circumstances.
The burden of proof needed to have your order modified will depend upon the language in the order and whether it is permanent or temporary. There are a lot moving parts and requirements associated with the process of modifying your child custody or support order. It is advisable that you speak with a seasoned Family Law attorney to determine whether modification is an option for you and your child.