Child custody arrangements should serve the best interests of the child or children involved, providing for a stable living environment and allowing for a good relationship between the child and both of his or her parents. If you are a parent, the law allows you the opportunity to modify an existing court order if your circumstances have changed in one of a few significant ways that could bear on the best interests of your child or children.
One of the most common reasons for modifying a child custody order is relocation. Following a divorce, one parent may want or need to move for a new job, to be closer to family, or for another purpose. A "move-away" — or a change in your kids' needs, or another event or development — can trigger the need for a change to your court order. Our firm can help you address the issue of post-decree modifications.
Changing Custody Arrangements When Circumstances Have Shifted
At The Muller Firm in Chicago, we provide comprehensive representation and exceptional, personalized service to clients whose custody arrangements are important to them. We can provide the guidance you need regarding:
- Whether you "qualify" for a change to a court order — and whether it's worth it to petition a court
- Temporary custody orders
- Spousal maintenance (alimony) orders
- LGBT divorce and custody matters
Get the legal advice you need if you have custody concerns. Our attorneys can evaluate your situation and help you understand your options for moving forward.
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