The arguments between parents are often incomprehensible to their children, but their children do feel the effects of such a life changing event. In many cases, the children of the once complete family will be split, and they will be asked to live with only one of their parents. Sometimes this is the best situation, sometimes it is only a short term solution to a bigger problem.
If you were the spouse who was given limited or no custody rights over your children that does not mean that you could never have them. There is a complicated process to change your custody rights; however, it is well worth the time and effort.
The process requires the following:
- You must prove that there has been a significant change in your situation since the last review of the case.
- Fill out the appropriate paperwork to get issued a court date with your former spouse.
- Prove to the family services officer that you are responsible and reliable enough to have joint custody with your children.
- Come to an agreement with your spouse, or let a judge decide your case, if no agreement can be reached.
- Spending time with your children is now more important than ever so that you can become part of their lives again.
Contact a Denton Divorce Lawyer
If you or a loved one is involved in a divorce case and would like to change the state of custody of their children, speak with an experienced Denton divorce lawyer immediately. Contact
the offices of Denton divorce lawyer
Alexander & Associates at 972-420-6560 today.
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