Getting A Motion To Change
A motion to change is required to change or vary a final order to end a final order regarding such as terms as support, custody, access, or restraining/non harassment order.
The most common reason for this would be to change a child support or spousal support order.
This could be because:
- Your income has changed
- The support payor's income has changed
- The child has finished school, married, or moved out on their own
- The child or children are now living with the payor or a different person
- The person receiving spousal support is now able to support himself or herself
These changes are called "material change in circumstances" which is a significant change which, if known at the time of the original order, would have resulted in a different order being made. You must be able to show the court that there has been a change in the order to change the order.
For a free 30 minute consultation to discuss your case or to file a motion to change, please contact us.
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