Child Custody Modifications
The lawyers at OneTec Family Law have experience litigating complex custody disputes and creating detailed parenting plans which protect their client’s relationship with their children.
When it comes to your children the most important thing is having a close and nurturing relationship. At the end of any custody case or divorce case with children, the court makes a ruling on which parent will have custody of the parties’ child or children and how much parenting time each parent will have with the child or children. Child custody modification actions are brought after a final parenting plan order has been entered in a family law case. The custody modification case is brought to change the parent named as the custodial parent. With sole custody comes the right to select the child’s school, religion, and medical care.
Child custody modifications occur by agreement between the parents, or by a court’s ruling that a change is in the child’s best interests. or as a result of a court’s determination that a change of custody is warranted.
Contested child custody modification actions are among the most difficult and stressful family law cases. When a parent asks a court to modify custody determination without the agreement of the other parent, usually, there is a problem with the parenting of the other parent. Because of the nature of these cases, they can be emotionally difficult for any family.
The Portland based lawyers at OneTec Family Law have experience litigating complex custody disputes and creating detailed parenting plans which protect their client’s relationship with their children. If you or someone you care about is in need of a child custody modification, divorce, or family law matters, we can help – call today. (503) 770-5555