Modifying Visitation Agreements
When you reach a divorce settlement with your former spouse, it is likely there are decisions that will be made in the proceedings that may need to be revisited in the future. This is certainly the case with child visitation agreements.
If you are no longer satisfied with your visitation rights, you may be able to argue for a modified child visitation agreement with the assistance of an experienced attorney. The experienced Denton family lawyers of Alexander & Associates may be able to help. Contact our office today at 972-420-6560 to learn more about your legal options.
Situations that May Warrant a Modification
While it can be difficult to alter a court decree following the final proceedings of a divorce, there are a number of circumstances and situations where this may be feasible. These include the following:
- The situation of the parent petitioning for the change has been positively altered
- The situation at home for the child has negatively changed
- The parent with custody has fallen ill or is now disabled
- The parent petitioning is concerned with his or her limited interaction with the child
- The custodial parent is planning to move with the child
These situations and others can make it necessary to request a modification in the child visitation agreement.
If you are considering petitioning for a modification in the child visitation agreement impacting your family, an experienced attorney can help. Contact the experienced Denton divorce lawyers of Alexander & Associates at 972-420-6560 to learn more about your options today.
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