Yes, once your case is concluded in dependency court, you will be provided with an "exit order" which is treated the same way as a judgment from family court. You must still meet the criteria of a substantial change in circumstances to modify an exit order from dependency court. To modify your exit order in family court, you will need to file either a dissolution action (if you are married) or paternity case (if you are not). With either of these actions being filed, you can then file a request to modify the dependency court exit order. A common exit order is for one parent to have supervised visitation. That parent can file a request to modify the supervision requirement after they have completed the requirements imposed by the dependency court (parenting classes, anger management etc.).