Clients often contact us wanting to make changes to their parenting time schedule, support obligations, or both. In order for the Court to even consider a change, the client must show there has been a “substantial change in circumstances.” Since there is no specific definition or list of what may or may not constitute a substantial change, the courts have wide latitude in making this decision. Shana and Leo are exploring the caselaw surrounding this topic and applying it to common fact scenarios while discussing how to advise clients who seek a parenting time or support change.