Colleyville Modifications to Visitation Agreements Attorneys
Often, one of the most contentious and difficult to settle issues in divorce is the question of child visitation. Some parents are worried about how much time they get to spend with their children, while others are concerned with the care their child is receiving when they are with the other parent. Even after this issue is settled after the divorce, changing circumstances may necessitate a change in visitation.
If you need to make changes to the visitation agreement that you and your spouse initially reached, our Colleyville visitation modification attorneys of Alexander & Associates will work diligently to try and get you those changes. Contact our offices today to speak with an attorney about what we can do for you at 817-756-4040.
Reasons for Visitation Agreement Adjustments
Sometimes circumstances arise which call for a definite change in visitation agreements. The following are some of the reasons why a court may decide to change a visitation agreement:
- One parent’s inability or refusal to comply with the existing plan
- Relocation of one parent
- Evidence of drug use or alcohol abuse
- An unsafe environment for the child
- Request from the child or children
- Evidence of neglect
An experienced attorney can help you arrange and present your legitimate reasons for visitation changes. When the court sees that a change is necessary, it is likely that a modification of the child visitation agreement will be made.
Our Colleyville visitation modification attorneys of Alexander & Associates understand that this can be a very difficult issue for you and your former spouse to settle. As such, we are dedicated to providing the best legal representation possible to help you possibly obtain the outcomes you desire. To speak with a skilled attorney today, contact us at 817-756-4040.