When married parents separate, a divorce decree will address all child custody issues. When unmarried parents separate, an Order Suit Affecting Parent-Child Relationship will address all child custody issues.
The four major categories in an order involving children are conservatorship (primary, non-primary), possession and access (visitation), child support, and health insurance.
It is not uncommon for orders involving children to become unworkable or inappropriate. When there is a significant change in either parent’s circumstances or the child’s circumstances, it might be appropriate to file a modification.
Some of the most common reasons for a modification are as follows:
Schedule your appointment with Michelle E. Smith today to determine whether a modification would be beneficial to your family.
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