Redmond Child Custody Modification Lawyer
Child custody parenting plans are initially made with specific needs and circumstances in mind. When these situations change, the custody agreement or parenting plan may also need to be changed. Perhaps the action must be brought to change the parent named as the custodial parent, with whom the children have been residing the majority of the time. Perhaps there is a dispute regarding some of the decision-making responsibilities. Whatever the issue, our family law attorneys are experienced and can advise you as to your best approach.
Child custody and parenting plan modifications may occur by agreement of the parents or by the court determining that it is in the best interests of the children to change the existing situation. At Alpine Family Law, in the Seattle area, we help parents modify existing child custody parenting plans under various circumstances. Give us a call today to arrange a time to talk about your specific situation.
When And How Do You Get Custody Changes Made?
If the parents agree that the change in custody is in the child's best interest, our lawyers can assist with changes to your parenting plan.
If the parents disagree on the change, the lawyers at Alpine Family Law have more than 60 years of combined experience in negotiating and litigating such cases in Washington. We will serve as an effective advocate on your behalf.
Child custody modification and child visitation modification are not simple processes. Our family law attorneys meet with clients and carefully review the facts. We provide each client with a list of their strengths and weaknesses, and together we decide the best approach to moving forward with their case. We are experienced, well-prepared and caring; we understand how difficult this situation is for parents.
Take Action To Pursue Your Goals
Even in the face of change and child custody modifications, one thing will always stay the same: At Alpine Family Law, we will offer professional and quality legal services tailored to your specific needs.
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