Modifying Child Custody
As part of their divorce agreement, both parents will also come to a decision regarding how their children will be cared for in a child custody agreement. While this agreement was most likely to have been representative of both partners’ current circumstances at the time of the agreement, the circumstances of one or both of the parents is likely to have changed as time has passed. To best care for a child, then, it may be necessary to modify an existing child custody agreement to ensure that it is representative of both parents’ current circumstances. With that in mind, it may be necessary to obtain legal representation to help you make a case for this agreement to be approved or adjusted in court.
Why Modifying Child Custody May Be Advantageous
Should a family’s circumstances change for one or more of the following reasons, it may become necessary to modify a child support agreement:
- New financial circumstances for one or both parents
- Abusive behavior in one household
- One or more parent relocating to a new city, state, or country
- New medical or educational requirement for the child
In any case, our Woodlands legal team may do everything we possibly can to help you feel confident that your child is cared for in the best arrangement possible.
Consult with a Woodlands Child Custody Modification Attorney
At BB Law Group PLLC, our Woodlands child custody modification attorneys understand how critical it will be that you and your former partner share a child custody agreement that is representative of your current circumstance so that your child may best be cared for. To discuss the particulars of your circumstances with one our family law attorneys, please call our Woodlands offices at (832) 534-2589 today.