Divorce Modification & Visitation Attorney | Winter Park
Aubrey Law Provides legal aid for Divorce Decrees, Modifications, Visitation, and Relocation
What happens when you are denied child custody or visitation after a divorce? What do you do if you are getting little or nothing in child support? The Orlando family lawyers with Aubrey Law not only provide legal assistance with the initial divorce decree, child support order, visitation, and child custody decision. Aubrey Law’s lawyers also assist clients who wish to make a modification in regards to visitation. Contact Aubrey Law today and ask about our flat-rate consultations.
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It Is Possible to Alter a Court Order
What does a court have to do to reverse or modify a decision that was made during a divorce or a custody hearing? You will have to prove that there is a change in circumstance. According to Florida statute 61.30, there needs to be a “substantial change of circumstances for purposes of modifying the child support award.” This also applies to child custody and visitation. If you can prove that there was a change in circumstance, the court may agree to make said modification. Examples of a substantial change include:
- Change in living situation
- Loss of a job
- Increase in income
- Disability or injury to a parent
- Increase in child’s expenses
Visitation Rights for Divorced Parents
Children who grow up with only a mother or only a father in their lives are at a great developmental disadvantage, according to research. Non-custodial visitation is an important part of your child’s life. For parents who were denied custody, through visitation they can still have a positive impact on their child’s well being and can continue to strengthen their bond with their child.
Children who are raised by only a mother or father in their lives are at a developmental disadvantage. Visitation from non-custodial parents are an important part of your child’s life. If parents are denied custody of their child, they can still have a positive impact on their lives. Visitation can strengthen their bond with the child.
Relocation or Moving Away Must Be Court Approved
In order for a custodial parent to move away or relocate, they must obtain approval from the court. Furthermore, the move must be in the best interest of the child. For example, if a mother wishes to move to another state because of a good job opportunity that will allow her to better provide for her child, the court may agree that such a move is in the best interest of the child. Whether you wish to relocate or you wish to keep a custodial parent from moving away with your child, you need to talk with an attorney.
If a custodial parent plans to move away or relocate, they must obtain approval from the court. The move must be in the best interest of the child. What if a mother wants to move to another state because of a job opportunity? The court may decide that this move may be in the best interest of the child. If you choose to relocate or wish to prevent a custodial parent from moving away with your child, you will have to speak to an attorney.
Contact an Experienced Orlando Divorce Modification & Visitation Attorney at Aubrey Law
When circumstances change, court orders will reflect those changes. At Aubrey Law our Orlando lawyers assist clients with modifications. They also provide legal counsel to parents regarding visitation and relocation.
Struggling with child custody or a divorce? Not sure how to plan for you or a loved one’s elder care? If you are seeking legal representation contact Aubrey Law, Attorneys and Counselors at Law. Our attorneys handle every legal representation from family law to elder law. Call us at (407) 647-7887 or send us a send us a message. Visit Aubrey Law’s Office. Aubrey Law serves Altamonte Springs, Longwood, Maitland, Orlando, Oviedo, Winter Garden, Winter Park and Winter Springs and surrounding areas.