When you got married, you thought that you, your spouse, and your pets became a family that would be together forever. You never imagine that one day you would be facing a divorce and disputes over your pets would be an issue to deal with.
The short answer is Yes! But in reality, a modification of a final judgment is difficult to accomplish. You need to be prepared to prove that your circumstances have substantially and materially changed since the entering of your original judgment...
We get it. You are angry, frustrated, and tired of dealing with your former partner. You are not reaching a mutually acceptable and voluntary agreement. But you know what? You need to get focused and work on getting ready for Mediation.
When establishing child support, usually the parent with a higher income will become the obligor (payor) and the parent with the lower income will become the obligee (receiver).
Child support, also known as child maintenance, is an ongoing, periodic payment made by the higher income parent to the lower income parent, or a third party such as a caregiver, guardian, or state, for the financial benefit of a child, after a divorce or relationship termination between the parents.