Custody Modification

Many people believe that once a court has made decisions about child custody, spousal support, child support and other matters, the decisions are etched in stone. This is not always the case. Why? The financial and other circumstances of the parties involved change over time. These changes might include income, relationships between parents and children, remarriage, the loss or acquisition of a new job, and more. For this reason, the legal system allows modifications to be made in the terms of a divorce order, including custody modifications. When the court makes a custody modification, it does so with the intent to protect the best interests of the child or children involved. Sometimes, the original order is changed completely.

If there have been significant changes in any of the factors that your custody decision was originally based on, it is vital for you to have legal representation. This is true whether you are the current custodial parent or the one seeking custody.

At Dillman Law Group, we have extensive experience in the area of custody modification. We will fight aggressively on your behalf to ensure your interests and those of your children are protected. Contact us today to discuss your particular situation.