In order to file a motion to stop a modified order, individuals must request a further modification or file the appropriate paperwork with the courts for a motion to stop.
Modified orders are sometimes in place temporarily while the court makes a final decision. For example, there may be a modified order of child support. In other cases, the modified order is meant to be permanent and an individual would have to file a motion to stop modified order in order to have it changed.
A motion to stop modified order may be appropriate if an individual’s financial situation has changed. If for example, an individual wishes to file a motion to stop modified order for child support because of drastic changes in financial situation, they may do so.