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Can a support judgment be modified?

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Generally speaking, orders for support can be modified after being issued by the Court. To do this, the individual seeking to modify the order must demonstrate a change in circumstances that would provide the Court with good cause to modify the previous order. If the order concerns child support, the party seeking to modify the order must also demonstrate the proposed modification will not be harmful to the best interests of the children.

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