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Modification of Child Custody
Seasoned Divorce Lawyer Serving Franklin County
While child custody is determined according to your child's best interest at the time of a divorce, you may find that your original plan is no longer serving its purpose. If this is the case, I can help. My name is Catherine M. White, and I have years of experience as a divorce and family law attorney in Franklin County. I can help you protect your rights as a parent and facilitate the formation of a new custody plan that benefits you and your child.
About Child Custody Modifications
In order to secure a custody modification, you must be able to demonstrate that a sufficient change in circumstances has taken place. Such a change must affect the nature of the current custody plan and/or the child's well-being.
Situations that may warrant a custody modification include:
- A parent moving to a different town or state
- A substantial change in the income of one or both parents
- Change in a parent's employment situation
- The child's preference for spending time with a certain parent
- Danger or insufficient care posed by a parent
Because the process of modifying your current custody plan can be difficult, it is in your best interest to secure the aid of a qualified attorney. I can use my legal knowledge to help you make a strong case for the importance of your proposed change. Most importantly, I can help you ensure that your child is receiving the proper care they need.
Contact an attorney today!
With the assistance of a Franklin County divorce attorney, you do not have to defend your parental rights alone. I can help you formulate a beneficial custody plan that meets your needs and is in your child's best interest, and offer the legal guidance you need to facilitate positive results.
Don't hesitate to contact Catherine M. White, Attorney at Law to begin discussing your case.