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Motion to Modify

Definition - What does Motion to Modify mean?

A Motion to Modify is a court order that requests a change to a court judgment or prior order. This could mean adding, deleting, or modifying information. It can be used in civil law cases. It is most commonly used during family court cases.

Justipedia explains Motion to Modify

A Motion to Modify is most frequently used in divorce cases to modify child support, maintenance payments, and changes to custody orders.

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