Las Vegas Child Custody Modifications Attorney
We Can Help You Change Your Custody Order
Circumstances change over time. Whether you are divorced or simply no longer with the other parent of your child, you will likely encounter life changes that require custody modifications. The other parent may not be exercising his or her visitation rights, and you may want to seek full custody. Perhaps you and the other parent want to change your arrangement to joint custody, sharing parenting responsibilities more evenly. You may even wish to contest a change to custody or visitation. There are unlimited scenarios that can impact a child custody order and visitation schedule.
If there has been a change in your circumstances that impacts your child, we can help you modify your child custody order. Attorney Ann E. Kolber of Law Practice, Ltd. provides clients with the advice, support, and representation they need whether they are seeking or opposing a change to custody.
Post-Judgment Modifications in Nevada
To modify child custody, you must be able to prove there was a substantial change in circumstances since the last custody order that impacts the child.
This could include:
- One parent failing to exercise his or her visitation rights
- A parent seeking joint custody
- A parent seeking more parenting time or overnights
- A change in a job schedule that affects visitation
- Parental relocation or move-aways
- A change to the child's schedule for health, education, or extracurricular activities that impacts visitation
As with your original custody arrangement, the court will focus on what is in the best interests of your child. We can help you understand your options and pursue a custody arrangement that meets your needs and the needs of your family.
Changes to Child Support
A significant change in visitation or custody could also affect child support payments. We will work with you to determine whether child support payments will be impacted in your case. If there is a change to support, we can help you modify your child support order to reflect your new situation.
For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced family lawyer, please call our law firm at (702) 899-2875.