What happens if after your divorced, things don’t go as planned? Something unexpected occurs that makes it so your divorce decree is impossible to follow. Is it possible to change your Decree of Divorce?
Although a divorce decree is the final order of a judge, there are certain situations where it can be modified. In this weeks’ Family Law Friday video, Salt Lake City, Utah family law attorney, Jaclyn Robertson, explains what a “Petition to Modify” is and when it’s appropriate or even necessary to file one.
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