Can you change your mind after you file for divorce?
If your divorce has already been finalized, but you and your ex-spouse wish to change your mind, there isn't very much you can do, besides remarry. However, if you are still early on in the divorce process and you change your mind, you can still request to withdraw your petition or sign a form for voluntary dismissal.
What happens if I violate my divorce decree?
If your ex-spouse violates any aspect of the final decree of divorce, you can file a motion for contempt of court. The motion must state what areas of the final decree have been violated and why the ex-spouse should be held in contempt of court. The burden of proof during a contempt hearing is on the injured party.
Can you contest a divorce decree?
A divorce decree is the final judgment in a divorce case. Depending on the state, it may also be called a final order or a final judgment, and it outlines the judge's final decisions in the case. Any party to the divorce can appeal the decree, so long as it is not prohibited by state statute.