Can I amend the contents of the divorce agreement after divorce?
Certain states may change the contents of a divorce agreement after the divorce has been decided.
. Certain states may change the contents of a divorce agreement after the divorce has been decided. This is especially true if you change the terms of an agreement that deals with issues relating to your child, such as child support, education, custody, or parenting hours (interview negotiations). When a divorced couple leads their own separate lives after a divorce, things can be very different. Also, as your child grows up, things can happen that you didn’t anticipate when writing a divorce agreement. The court will take these variables into account and allow the existing agreement to be amended as necessary. If you want to amend the divorce agreement for various reasons like this, you must prove that there are variables that require modification, such as increased child support, moving, and extended child-rearing hours.