Modification Of Family Court Orders
When it comes to child custody, one of the most common reasons parents seek out a modification to a prior court order is relocation. Sometimes people may have to relocate for work or family reasons. As a result, that causes parents to review whether they can still share joint custody and/or need to have the parenting schedule changed. Another reason is remarriage or the act of dating someone else. Perhaps another adult figure enters into the picture and the other parent doesn’t like that person or want that person around the children. That’s a common reason parents ask attorneys to file or defend motions to modify. As life moves on and people continue onto other relationships, parents tend to review the custody and parenting time arrangements.
- What Are The Most Common Reasons Parents Seek Out The Help Of An Attorney To Modify A Child Custody Or Child Support Order?
- If A Change To Parenting Time Is Considered, Does That Mean The Child Support Could Also Be Altered In Conjunction With That Change Or Is That A Separate Petition?
- Will The Courts Be More Apprehensive To Alter A Parenting Time, Custody, Or Support Order If The Final Order Was Granted Just A Year Ago?
- How Does Someone Get Started If They Believe They Should File A Modification To A Child Custody Or Child Support Order?
- What Can I Expect At The Modification Hearing?
- What Circumstances Would Call For An Emergency Modification To A Child Custody Order?
- I Already Paid For A Divorce Lawyer, Do I Have To Spend Money On An Attorney For A Modification?
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