Advocating For Necessary Child Custody Modifications

Following your final divorce decree, which specifies matters such as division of property, spousal support, child support and child custody, agreements may be eligible for modification. Although the court usually prefers limiting changes with regards to custody agreements to avoid disturbing the child's routine, it is possible to petition the court when significant changes occur.

If you are interested in pursuing an order modification, call our Palm Desert office at 442-227-2842 for experienced child custody counsel.

Factors That Can Impact A Custody Modification

A child's best interests always prevail when establishing the initial custody agreement and making subsequent modifications. Several legitimate reasons can, however, sway the original entente, including:

  • Relocation of a parent
  • Changes to work schedules
  • Parent has a substance abuse problem
  • Parent is unfit to care for child
  • Parent committed child abuse or neglect
  • Child demonstrates behavioral problems
  • Injury or illness of a parent or the child
  • Child's needs change (educational aspirations)

If the current child custody agreement is unrealistic or unmanageable, it is important to seek legal representation for assistance. It is possible to adequately modify the parenting plan to satisfy both parents and the child. Our law firm has a reputation for aggressively battling in court to help clients achieve their case goals. We have assisted clients with every type of child custody conflict and can help protect your child's well-being.

Contact Our Knowledgeable Lawyer Today

The Law Office of James A. Jackson has extensive experience assisting California clients with child custody modifications and divorces. We are capable of skillfully persuading the court that the personal or financial changes in either parent's life warrant the request for modifications. Our attorney's past experience as a pro tem judge provides the necessary knowledge to effectively present child custody modifications to the court.

Call 442-227-2842 to discuss your modification options. You may also contact us online. We serve clients throughout the cities of the Coachella Valley.