The lawyers at Schwartz & Plante know that as families grow and change, often times Judgments from the Probate Court must do so too.
In many instances, yes, Judgments of the Probate Court are modifiable based on various changes in circumstances. Most often, Judgments relating to child custody and parenting time, child support and alimony, health insurance and life insurance are modifiable based on some change in circumstances that requires a review and modification of the existing judgment.
In other instances Judgments are not modifiable according to Massachusetts law, and it often depends on the certain case specific factors.
Having your prior Judgments from the Probate Court reviewed by the experienced lawyers at Schwartz & Plante can help you understand what changes can be made.