There are many changes that can affect an existing Ohio child custody and parenting time agreement. Changes to a parent's work schedules can affect availability for spending quality time with your children. As your child continues to grow up and mature their involvement in religion, sports, the arts, and other extra-curricular activities expand and change. These demands can cause changes to the routine of both households for families after a divorce.
At the Lawrence Law Office, we are experienced Ohio family law and child custody attorneys. Linda Lawrence is an OSBA Certified Specialist Family Relations Law. In most cases, flexibility and adaptation is the key to maintaining an effective strategy for child custody and parenting time agreements. The agreement put in place during the original divorce may need to be modified to reflect these schedule changes, as well as significant developments in spousal income or medical insurance requirements. The attorneys at the Lawrence Law Office have the proven experience, knowledge and skill required to help your family to develop new ideas for shared parenting, and to make the necessary changes and updates to your child custody, visitation and support agreements.
If there have been substantial changes in your situation we invite you to contact our office to schedule an appointment to discuss your unique circumstances, and to design the right solution to meet your needs. Call us today at (740) 513-2105, or toll free at (888) 483-6115.