You should go online and confirm the divorce laws governed by your state as these vary from state to state. You should jot down the relevant information as this will help you in making your case stronger.
After you have obtained the required information, you should contact the clerk of Family Courts, where you filed for divorce. You can ask him about the documents required to make amendment in your divorce case. You can ask him to gather the documents and have you mailed or you can collect them later at a more suitable time.
You might need Financial Affidavit, Sworn Documents, Proof of Social Security number or Petition to Modify to make amends in your divorce case. After you obtain all the required documents, fill them out very carefully, making sure that you make no mistake and everything is in the right order.
After all the documents are filled and attached together, you should make a duplicate copy of the documents for yourself, as having a record proves to be very fruitful at times.
File your request in the court where you were divorced.