When dealing with child custody and visitation in divorce proceedings, once a decision has been made in the best interest of the child, the judge in the case will issue a court order detailing the final custody arrangements. And though this court order must be obeyed and adhered to by all parties involved, many things happen that may change the circumstances in relation to the dynamics of the family. When that happens, whether it’s because one parent has landed a new lucrative job, a child wishes to spend more time with another parent, or any other number of reasons, one or both parents can seek modifications to these mandated court orders at any time.
At King Law Firm, we understand that no two situations are the same. We can help walk you through the process of modifying current court orders and make sure that the best interests of both you and your child are being met.