If you find yourself going through divorce, it can be difficult to think about the future. After all, you have so much going on in the here and now. Even so, you don't want to overlook what could happen down the line. This is particularly true if you have children with your soon-to-be former spouse.
There are many types of parenting plan agreements, all of which will be considered during the divorce process. When it comes to matters of child custody, you never know how things will work out. Here is why: The court is going to do whatever is in the best interest of your children.
One of the most common agreements is when one parent obtains physical custody, with the other obtaining visitation time.
At some point, you may ask yourself if child custody and visitation can be changed. The short answer is yes. Life circumstances change, and when this happens, it may be necessary for child custody and visitation schedules to be altered as well.
Our law firm knows the ins and outs of child custody and visitation, including the steps you can take to get what is best for you and your children. Furthermore, we can help you request a modification to an existing court order if necessary.
Nobody wants to go through divorce. Nobody wants to deal with issues regarding child custody and visitation. Unfortunately, some people are faced with this every year. If you find yourself in this position, reach out to us online or via phone to setup a consultation and learn more about your rights.