Child Custody & Visitation Modifications
Going through a divorce is difficult for adults, and even more so for children. While you work to make the transition as seamless as possible for them, there may be instances after the divorce when modifications to child custody or visitation are required. The experienced lawyers at the Burch Shepard Family Law Group, can assist you with the legal process involved in making such changes.
Throughout Orange County, our firm is known for providing high-quality legal representation for clients in complex divorce and family law matters. We represent a wide range of clients and have handled custody and visitation matters spanning issues spread across the legal spectrum. Our attorneys are diligent, resourceful and understanding of the stresses often associated with family law matters.
Modify An Existing Order Or Agreement
Over time, you and your family may have changing legal needs. A drastic change in circumstances may mean the need to adjust custody or visitation orders. You need a Newport Beach custody and visitation modifications attorney for assistance with this legal process.
Changes and modifications to custody may be appropriate alongside a significant change in circumstances, some including:
- One parent has a change in the hours he or she is employed.
- One parent seeks and is granted relocation.
- Your children have become older and have new needs regarding school and extracurricular activities.
It is important to note that changes to custody and visitation are not simply made because of one parent's changing views. There must be a substantial change that has occurred or a compelling reason if it is related to your child's welfare.
Contact The Law Offices Of Burch Shepard Family Law Group
To schedule an initial consultation with one of our Orange County family law attorneys, please contact us by calling (949) 565-4158. We are happy to schedule consultations at a time that is convenient for you.
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