San Diego Child Custody Modification Lawyers

As the years go by, children undergo a lot of changes: different schools, new interests and engagement in activities that may affect a crafted parenting plan. Parents may also undergo changes like career moves, new relationships or relocation. All of these factors may require a modification to your child custody agreement.

Our San Diego child custody attorneys at Moore, Schulman & Moore, APC, can help guide you through the modification process. With decades of family law experience, we have helped hundreds of people revisit their parenting plans and reach new child custody agreements. We always have the best interest of your children in mind and we will skillfully litigate your case in court to assert your rights or assist you in a reaching a settlement agreement.

Request an initial consultation by calling (858) 492-7968.

What Counts as a “Change in Circumstance?

To seek modification of a child custody order, a "significant change in circumstances" must be shown. Modification can also be issued whenever "necessary and proper" to serve the best interest of the children.

Our attorneys are experts in child custody and visitation disputes and can develop strategies to help you resolve your custody issue.

Opposing Modification Requests

If you find yourself in a situation where your ex-spouse is trying to litigate unreasonably, our attorneys can help provide vigorous representation in court to defend your reputation and preserve your parental rights. Get extraordinary family law representation for child custody modification in San Diego with our Certified Family Law Specialists who have decades of experience with the goal of getting the best outcome in the most cost-effective manner.

Post-Divorce Agreement Modification

Even after a dissolution of marriage becomes final, circumstances may change and both parties may want to modify or set aside a court order. If this is the case, you likely need to draft a post-divorce agreement. If you or your ex-spouse's circumstances have changed in some way, we can advocate for your best interests in the court's modification of support and custody orders or help you come to a settlement with your ex-spouse that is in your best interest.

Just like prenuptial agreements, post-divorce and postnuptial agreements must be negotiated and drafted with the guidance and care of an experienced attorney. If you need a quality attorney to draft a postnuptial agreement of any type, we are ready and willing to help.

To move forward with your modification case, call us without delay.

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