Certain provisions in a Michigan divorce judgment may be modified after the judgment has been entered.
These include provisions relating to spousal support/alimony, child support, and visitation for non-custodial parents. However, changes to these provisions can be very difficult to obtain, depending on the circumstances of a particular case.
Generally speaking, there must be substantial good cause or change in circumstances before a Michigan family court will reconsider and change a Michigan divorce judgment. The assistance of a competent family law attorney is essential in this area.
It is essential for parties to obtain good legal counsel regarding possible post-judgment modification of their divorce judgment.
Please feel free to contact Oakland County, Michigan divorce attorney Michael J. Hamblin for more information on how he can help you with your family law issues.