Colleyville Modifications to Visitation Agreements Attorneys
In divorce, the issue of child custody and visitation is often contentious. This is due to the fact that people are naturally very concerned about the amount of time they spend with their child, the safety of the child when they are with the other parent, and whether or not their child is receiving the proper care when they are not around. Although custody and visitations rights are often decided immediately following a divorce, these agreements may not always be in the best interests of the parents or the child. Because of this, the visitation agreement that was reached at the time of divorce may need to be modified, and, when a legitimate reason exists, the court can make those changes.
If you need to make a change in your visitation agreement, our Colleyville visitation modification attorneys of Alexander & Associates may be able to help. We believe that when a change needs to be made, parents deserve to have a strong attorney on their side to represent their concerns. To speak with an experienced attorney today, contact us at 817-756-4040.
Reasons for Visitation Agreement Adjustments
Child visitation agreements may need to be changed for a variety of reasons. When both spouses cannot agree to these changes, legal action is usually necessary to obtain change. Some of the reasons why a court may grant changes to visitation agreements include:
- Refusal to comply with existing plan
- Geographic relocation
- Evidence of drug abuse or alcoholism
- Evidence of an unsafe environment
- Request of the child or children
Unfortunately, this issue often causes a great deal of disagreement and hostility. However, with an experienced attorney on your side, you can better get through the necessary legal process in order to protect the interests of you and your child.
The Colleyville visitation modification attorneys of Alexander & Associates are committed to helping clients achieve the changes they need in their child visitation arrangement. To speak with an attorney today about your case, contact us at 817-756-4040.