Child Custody Modifications

Child Custody Modifications

There may come a time when you want to modify your child custody agreement. Whether custody terms were set out in the divorce decree, or you were never married but have a court-approved custody agreement, you can petition to alter custody itself or to change specifics of the day-to-day parenting arrangements.

How Do I qualify?

To make a child custody modification, you must show a change in circumstances. These factors often include one parent losing a job, drastic income change, and shifts in a child’s needs.

  • Losing a job,
  • drastic income change,
  • and shifts in a child’s needs are just some of the reasons you might have to petition the court for a modification.

There are a variety of reasons that a couple might need to modify a child custody order or custody agreement, but a change in your circumstances is necessary to start the process.

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