Sometimes circumstances require changes to a parenting plan
When a parenting plan is set, the court presumes that it will remain unchanged until a child reaches the age of 18. However, sometimes circumstances require that a change must be made.
If the parents are in agreement, then a new plan reflecting the agreements will be drafted and filed with the court.
If the parents are not in agreement, but significant changes warrant a change in the plan, a petition to modify the parenting plan can be filed. This begins the legal process to change the plan.
Whether you are the parent defending against proposed changes or you are the parent proposing changes, we can discuss how best to move forward. Please contact the firm to schedule an appointment.
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