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Tulsa Divorce Attorney | How To Change A Child Custody Arrangement
In most cases a Court will not even consider changing a Child custody agreement that is working for everyone. There are a few cases when the Court will re-visit a child custody agreement.
Below are a few examples of when a Child custody agreement can be changed.
If The Child Is In Danger
1) If the Court feels that the child is in danger or there is an issue with domestic violence then the court will re-visit the child custody case.
2) If the child has expressed with the Court that he/she is unhappy with their present living situations the Court will consider changing the child custody arrangement.
A Parent Moves
1) Lets say that a parent is living in the same town as the child and they decide to relocate to a larger city.
2) The Court would determine what the motivation is of the parent moving and would change the child custody agreement accordingly
If A Parent Dies
1) In this case either someone who is related to the child would take custody of them like a grandparent or there is an option of a third-party taking the child. The child could also move back in with the original parent after something like this happens.
Child Custody Agreement Is Ignored By One Or Both Parents
1) If one parent ignores the child custody agreement the Court can be called upon to change the agreement.
There are very few cases when a child custody agreement. will be changed. If you think that your child custody agreement needs to be changed then you need to consult with your Tulsa Divorce Attorney to see what and if any changes can be made.
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