Child Custody Modification Lawyers
Many people have questions about child custody modifications: When can it be done? Under what circumstances can a child custody arrangement be modified? Is it necessary to go to court to change child custody?
At The Law Office of Laurence A. DePlaza, P.C., we help clients understand the child custody modification process, answering any questions and addressing their concerns along the way. If you are a parent who is looking to modify child custody, please contact a Plano child custody modifications lawyer from our firm to schedule a consultation.
Can Child Custody Be Modified?
The answer is yes. However, modifying child custody is not automatic nor is it an easy process. Before a child support order can be modified, it must be approved by the court. It is important for individuals seeking to modify child custody to speak to a family law attorney about their specific circumstances.
Some common reasons why people seek a child custody modification include:
- Relocation for a job or other purpose
- Change in the ability of a parent to provide adequate care, whether due to substance abuse, illness or another reason
- Change in the child’s needs, whether educational, physical, or otherwise
Texas family courts will not approve child custody just because a parent doesn’t like the current arrangement. It is necessary to show that a significant change in circumstances has occurred that makes it necessary to modify the child custody/visitation agreement. Also, the court will consider the best interests of the child involved. Will the modification have a positive impact on the life of the child involved?
Contact Child Custody Modification Lawyers in Plano
To learn more about your options for modifying child custody, please contact our law firm online or call 972-380-4222. Contact us if you are seeking a child custody modification in Plano, Dallas, Frisco, Keller, McKinney, and surrounding cities in North Texas.