Pretend someone is modifying a divorce, they have the grounds to do so, etc. This is hypothetical so assume they have done everything they needed to do up to this point.. I am not asking how to do it, just a general question about a scenario that could come up during the hearing.
So hypothetically speaking if the Plaintiff is arguing why her 300 a week order should be increased to 400 (pretend she has grounds!) can the Defendant argue that he now wants to request that the order be changed to 200 a week and then tries to argue why he thinks it should be reduced. Can he do this or is he only able to argue that day why it should NOT be increased and if he wants to request that it be decreased would he need to file his own modification? Does he have the right to do it at Plaintiffs modificati
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