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A post-judgment modification is a change to a Court's previous order, such as a change in custody of the minor children, or a change in the amount of child support. It is very important to understand that any post-judgment modification to a Court order cannot occur until a request is made to the Court to consider it via a motion that is properly prepared and documented. Once the motion is filed with the Court, a date can be requested on which the motion will be heard. After the Court hears the motion, the judge will make a decision regarding the request. If the judge decides to order the modification, an order will be signed and entered into the Court record. You will receive a copy of the modifying order. If the order also changes support, the appropriate agency will also receive a copy.

Attorney Alan Hoff, Attorney Elizabeth Ryan-Panzer and Attorney Heather Jansen handle post judgment modifications and all other post divorce actions.

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Appleton, WI 54911
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