Can I go back and modify my divorce decree by agreement? In most cases, it is possible to go back and modify a divorce decree by agreement of both parties. This is typically done through the process of post-divorce modification.
Post-divorce modification is a legal process that allows a party to ask the court to modify the terms of a divorce decree after the divorce has been finalized. This can include modifications to issues such as child custody, child support, alimony, or property division.
To modify a divorce decree by agreement, both parties must agree to the proposed changes and submit a written agreement to the court outlining the proposed modifications. The court will review the agreement to ensure that it is fair and reasonable and, if approved, will issue an amended divorce decree incorporating the agreed-upon changes.
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