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Post-Decree Custody and Support
Court determinations related to your children, custody, parenting time and child support may be modified as long as the children are still minors. Any modifications after a prior order, such as a paternity finding or dissolution of marriage, is referred to a post-decree case. Such modifications are necessary because circumstances change. As children grow up, their needs change, schedules change, parents may remarry, etc. Incomes change and the parties may have additional children. Because the court’s obligation is to consider the children’s best interest, there may be times when it is appropriate to modify a previous plan or order.
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