Child custody arrangements made at the time of divorce or separation take into consideration a family's current situation. While they do provide some flexibility for changing circumstances, sometimes the change is so significant that it warrants a modification of the original custody order.
It is important for parents to remember that only a judge can order a child custody modification and that, even when parents agree to a modification, the court must be approached for approval. At Ford & Friedman, we know which steps to take in this process and how to ensure that a compelling and effective argument for a modification is clearly put forth on your behalf.
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After an initial child custody agreement has been approved or ordered, situations may arise that require legal action to seek a custody modification. Our lawyers will help you create a new custody arrangement that addresses your new circumstances while continuing to serve the best interests of your child.
Our Henderson modification attorneys will evaluate your family's circumstances to determine whether or not you have a viable argument for a child custody modification. Should you decide to pursue a modification, we are prepared to serve as your legal advocates and aggressively pursue a favorable outcome on your behalf.
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