Modify Custody Overview

Modification of Child Custody

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Modifying your child custody

Children are the most important members of any family, and we understand that it is important to maintain stability and routine in their lives to ensure that they don’t experience any additional trauma or feelings of instability or insecurity. We understand that you want to protect your children in the best way possible, and we want to use our legal experience and knowledge to help you do that.

Sometimes it is necessary to change the custody agreement for various reasons. These changes can sometimes be more urgent than other types of modification, especially if one parent feels that his or her child or children are in danger for some reason. Changes in circumstances that could result in the child suffering or being put in a situation that is not conducive to stability and routine in a child’s life could be grounds for custody modification.

Beginning the process of child custody modification

If you are concerned about your child’s welfare, it is extremely important that you speak with a Nevada modification of child custody lawyer as soon as possible to discuss your options. Your child’s well-being is our first priority, and our attorney has worked with countless custody modification cases.

Child custody overview

How does Nevada deal with changing child custody?

Nevada courts are generally hesitant to change custody agreements once they have been set in place unless it can be proven that the changes are within the best interests of the child’s life, happiness and well-being. For example, if the primary residence of the child has become an environment of any type of abuse, whether it is verbal, sexual, physical, emotional or otherwise, this can be grounds to change the custody to a safer and more stable environment. Our Nevada custody modification lawyer always has your child’s best interests at heart, and together we can help you work through the process to get your children moved to a better situation.

The courts will always look at the best interests of the children involved, and it is very important that you understand the process behind modifying a custody agreement. We will also aggressively defend your rights and those of your children. We believe that children should be protected and helped, and we will work with you toward that goal.

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