In a modification of child custody and visitation proceeding, must the parties file Financial Affidavits. In a modification of child custody and visitation proceeding that involves a modification of child support, it is mandatory to file financial affidavits. In Gilroy v. Gilroy, the Former Husband, sought review of the supplemental final judgment of dissolution of marriage that modified timesharing and child support based primarily on his relocation to Arizona. The Court of Appeal reversed the child support award based on the erroneous denial of the Former Husband's request for a continuance at the final hearing. The remainder of the supplemental final judgment was affirmed. The parties divorced in 2007. At that time, they entered into a mediation agreement that awarded the Wife primary residential responsibility over the parties' minor children with the Former Husband having significant timesharing. The agreement required the Former Husband to pay monthly child support. The Former Husband filed a supplemental petition for modification of child support. In 2012, the parties entered into another agreement in which child support was modified so that the Former Husband paid nothing.
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