Generally speaking, custody modifications are granted due to a significant change affecting the child’s best interests. The most common modification occurs when a child reaches 14 years of age, and they express a desire to primarily reside with the other parent.
Trinity Hundredmark and Patrick McDonough regularly advocate for their clients who are seeking a change in their child’s custody arrangement, and they will explain the process and make your interests their priority. Contact the law firm of Andersen, Tate and Carr, P.C. for a private consultation.