As kids get older custody arrangements often need to be changed. Just because you have an order does not mean that it is set in concrete, judges understand that teenagers have different needs than toddlers, and need different schedules with their parents. Even a year or two of age difference for a child can make a huge difference in what type of schedule works for them. No matter what the age of your kids, if things have changed and the current custody order no longer works for them, take a look at getting it changed.
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Adjusting your custody Agreement as your children grow
On Behalf of Ed Shaw Law | Dec 22, 2019 | Custody |