When a couple goes through a divorce, there are many issues to be resolved. Some of the most important issues for those who have children are custody and child visitation arrangements to determine how much time the children will spend with each parent. Once a divorce is settled, these arrangements are generally considered to be permanent. However, child visitation arrangements can be modified in certain circumstances. The experienced family law attorneys at Saunders Law Group can assist clients seeking child visitation modifications in the Winter Haven, FL-area. We will fight to ensure that child visitation modifications take into account the best interest of the child or children involved.
Children's needs change as they age so it's only fitting that a custody arrangement created when a divorced couple's children were toddlers may not be the best arrangement once their children become teens. Although it is possible for parents to work out new arrangements together and without any problems, some may find it more difficult and require the courts to intercede through a child custody modification. A child custody attorney can help parents navigate through the intricacies of child custody mondifications to protect the best interests of both the children and parents involved. If you would like more information about child custody modification, contact the Saunders Law Group in Bartow, FL. Our attorneys are committed to ensuring that their clients receive fair custody and will fight to protect your parental rights.
At Saunders Law Group, we understand the many challenges that people face when it comes to divorce, separations, and other family law matters. We have helped countless people in the Polk County area deal with complicated legal issues surrounding child custody and visitation rights.
Child custody refers to how parents will raise a child or children that they have in common. Sometimes it's possible for spouses to arrange for a dual custody of the child, while other times it may be ideal for one spouse to have custody of a child. This is there distinctions of sole custody and joint custody are made.