Child custody orders are made by judges who are required to be guided by one principle: the best interest of the child or children involved. Sometimes custody can be modified months or years after a divorce or custody order, often when one parent’s situation has changed, or a child’s needs have changed.
If you need the help of an attorney to modify your custody orders – or to advise you honestly that modification isn’t possible – we should talk.
Can I Change My Custody Arrangements?
At Brandon Wong & Associates in San Antonio, Texas, we help clients modify their custody orders when their circumstances have changed. We handle all matters related to:
- Sole custody
- Joint custody
- The changing needs of kids as they get older
- Medical needs
- Fathers’ rights and paternity
- Job situations and living situations that may have changed
- Primary residence for one parent
- Relocation with or without your kids
- Child support, which is connected to custody and visitation time
We recognize that every custody situation is different, and we treat each case as a unique matter. As your attorneys, we will sit down and listen to all aspects of your story, and we will help you formulate a strategy to solve your problem. If we represent you in a custody matter, we will personally handle your entire case, from start to finish. You will not be passed off to an assistant, associate or paralegal.
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Contact us to get your questions answered. We will be happy to talk to you about your important family law matter.