Child Custody Attorney in Deer Park
Child Custody Modifications
Child custody modifications are difficult to justify, unless there is proof that visiting
one parent less would be in the child's best interest. Courts like
to allow custody with both parents, unless there is a particular reason
why this is inadvisable. However, circumstance may arise that require
a modification of child custody orders. These reasons may include:
- A parent not allowing the court ordered visitation
- A parent no longer being in a financial position to retain primary custody
of the child
- A parent wishing to move far away, making visitation difficult
- Evidence that there is a reason why the child should not be allowed visitation
by a parent
Custody cases can be difficult, as there are inherent sensitivities that
go along with child custody. Hiring a compassionate Deer Park divorce
attorney will help you fight for your rights as a parent in court. Whatever
reason you have for wanting to modify the custody agreement, or if you
are trying to prevent the agreement form being modified, an attorney from
my firm will be able to help you fight your case in court.
Deer Park Child Custody Attorney
When hiring an attorney to handle any child custody matter, you know how
important it is to have legal counsel who is experienced and aggressive.
Your child's well-being is of utmost concern to you, and I address
this issue with the same commitment. Contact me,
Dennis M. Slate, Attorney at Law, to discuss your case and determine what the best course of action is.
If you have a valid claim in your child custody case, I will make sure
you will be well represented in court proceedings. My firm's main
goal is to give you the best representation during your
divorce and custody proceedings, so that you can worry about taking care of your
family. We can help you and advise you with all of your divorce needs,
including child support and
spousal support as well.
Contact a Deer Park child custody attorney
today if you and your ex-spouse are considering a child custody modification.