Custody Modification

Child custody arrangements are important because kids are important. If you need advice about how to change a custody order, you are not alone. A custody modification may or may not be possible in your case.

A custody modification requires the action of a judge, who will always be concerned with the best interest of the child or children affected by the order. Most custody modifications are approved because one parent has had a significant change in his or her circumstances. Most of the time, that change has to do with one of the following:

  • A parent who has been given a good job opportunity in another city or state
  • A child who has gotten older and is in need of an adjustment in living arrangements
  • A parent who has remarried years after a divorce
  • A parent who is no longer involved in his or her child's life
  • A parent who has been abusive or has otherwise endangered his or her child or children

If you believe a modification is appropriate in your case, consult an attorney with the appropriate knowledge and experience.

We Understand The Courts | We Can Help You Understand Modifications

At Hendrickson Cooper Hughes, based in Huntington Beach, we advise and represent men and women in Orange County and other parts of California. Our firm has helped countless clients petition the courts for modification of their child custody orders.

Every custody situation is different. Every court is different. Get the guidance you need if you have questions or concerns about the custody of your children.

Contact Hendrickson Cooper Hughes For Advice

Talk to a lawyer who knows how to change custody arrangements — and who is willing to be frank if it is unrealistic to expect a modification. With regard to rewriting court orders, our firm cannot guarantee specific outcomes; we can guarantee honest, knowledgeable feedback and excellent client service.