Family court orders are not permanent. They can be modified by petitioning the court if you are experiencing major changes in your life. If you have experienced a dramatic change in your living situation, job, or another importance aspect, talk to our Killeen family lawyer to discuss modifying your current court orders.
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Terms of child custody can be modified if one parent is relocating or if one parent believes the other is endangering the welfare of the child.
In the case of a child custody modification, if one of the parents does not agree with the terms of the arrangement, the negotiations might bring everyone back into court. Your best chance at avoiding this is through our thoughtful guidance. Let us facilitate the negotiations and help protect the best interests of your children. We want to help you reach a solution that is fair and agreeable to both parents.
Only in specific circumstances will the court allow an arrangement to be revisited. Sometimes, even if these factors are present, the court might not allow the arrangement to be modified if it seems it is not in the best interest of the children.
These factors include:
For more than 20 years, our team at Barbara A. Weaver, Attorney at Law has been protecting the rights of children and parents alike. With our experienced representation, we advise you as to the best route to take when revisiting your child support and custody arrangements. We are able to foresee problems that may arise and circumstances the court may question if the opportunity arises. Having earned a reputation for attentive legal representation, Barbara A. Weaver, Attorney at Law and our whole legal team understand the importance of getting to know you and your loved ones.
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