Modification of Custody Arrangements
Caring Legal Counsel in Texas Child Custody Modifications
For many families, the process of establishing a fair child custody arrangement was a lengthy, emotional process. However, it is important for parents to understand that child custody orders and agreements can be modified in the years following a divorce. When a substantial change occurs within the family, it may be necessary to revisit the existing order and have it modified. However, under Texas law, child custody and support modifications must be approved by the Family Court.
Frisco attorney Megan B. Rachel offers over 27 years of experience in helping clients transition through difficult family law issues. She leads the attorneys at Megan B. Rachel with experience and knowledge of the law that enables her to provide upfront advice about child custody modification cases. Contact us to schedule a FREE consultation to discuss your case.
- Does one parent require relocation to another county or state?
- Has a parent refused to comply with the court orders for child custody?
- Has a parent repeatedly denied visitation?
- Is a parent alleging child abuse or neglect?
- Have the child’s needs changed?
In Texas, family courts will always consider what is in the best interests of the children when determining any child custody matter. Therefore, when representing parents, our attorneys establish compelling arguments of why our client’s position is truly in the best interests of the children.
Get Answers and Compassionate Legal Help in Texas
If you have questions about child custody modifications or need to request or contest modification of your custody order, our lawyers have the skills and determination to provide you with the legal help you need. We help clients in the McKinney, Plano, Allen, and Frisco communities with their modification needs. Contact our law practice for experience and compassionate advice and representation.