Life Changes Often Lead To Divorce Decree Modifications
If a change in your life — or a change occurs in your children’s other parents lives — which gives rise to the need to modify an agreement made at the time of your divorce decree or split, contact The Law Office of Scott J. McWilliams, L.L.C., in Phoenix for help. Our skilled mediators are committed to helping you through the often difficult modification process.
Whether you want more time with your child or you are objecting to a request to allow your child to spend more time with his or her other parent, our mediators will use their experience, understanding, and skill to effectively represent your rights and the best interests of your child or children.
Timely, Responsive And Diligent Mediation Solutions To Parenting Time Disputes
Occasions that can result in a parenting time modification include:
- One parent has had a career in which extensive travel was required and now has settled down into another less demanding profession or travel is no longer necessary. Therefore, allowing that parent to be home to provide a stable home environment for the child.
- The custodial parent is unfit to provide a healthy environment for the child as a result of drug use, other criminal activity or abuse.
- A custodial parent is moving to another state so the parenting time plan must change.
- A custodial parent has taken a new job or is in school and now needs to adjust the parenting time to make it work for both parent and child.
- A parent who was unfit has now become capable of caring for the child.
Both parents have rights to parent their biological children, whether they were married when the children were born or not. Our mediators will help you understand your rights and responsibilities and assist you in formalizing agreements for child custody, legal decision-making, parenting time, and child support.
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Contact The Law Office of Scott J. McWilliams, L.L.C., in Phoenix locally at 602-237-5101 from any location. You may also send us an email to schedule a mediation regarding family law or divorce matters. For your convenience, we accept credit card payments.