Once a judge makes a custody or visitation order, it is likely that parents will want to change their visitation orders. In most cases, parents will want to modify their visitation orders because the child is getting older, a parent has to move for work, or a parent has a new home. Regardless of the reason, there are certain things a parent must prove to modify their visitation orders.
The things you’ll need to prove include:
To ask for a court order, there are specific steps you need to take to successfully make changes to your custody or visitation orders, beginning with filling out court forms.You have to fill out a Request for Order (Form FL-300). You can also fill out the Child Custody and Visitation (Parenting Time) Application Attachment (Form FL-311). It contains details about schedules for visits, holidays, and other details that can help you as you try to prepare a new parenting plan that is best for your children.
You’ll also need to do the following:
If you need legal assistance modifying your visitation plan, our Riverside family law attorneys are ready to help you. Our firm utilizes our experience with local judges and courts to help clients navigate the legal system. We take an aggressive approach to each case, fighting for the results your family deserves as quickly as possible so as to minimize your costs and stress. Don’t hesitate to contact our experienced family law attorneys today!
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