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After a case has settled certain elements of a divorce decree can be modified based upon a substantial change in circumstances.
These elements can include, but are not limited to:
One thing to consider is that once a divorce decree is entered by the Court, it is not a final document in all respects. Often, if one of the parties does not meet his or her obligations, enforcement proceedings have to be brought. This can result in the court determining whether or not one of the parties is in contempt and how to cure that contempt.