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May 30, 2018
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A final custody determination can occur through either a stipulated order showing the parties’ clear intent that the order be final, or through a court order arising out of trial litigation or post-judgment proceedings. Yet, the term “final custody order” is somewhat misleading. Even after a final determination is made, the court retains the power...
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Spousal support orders are generally modifiable in Court unless your Judgment or Stipulation specifically and clearly states otherwise.  If a spousal support order clearly states it is a non-modifiable order, the Court does not have the discretion to modify the support order, regardless of whether a  hardship has occurred or may occur. It should be...
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