Child Custody

Child Custody from The Law Office of Steven M Bishop

By: The Law Office of Steven M Bishop  05/12/2014
Keywords: Child Custody, Divorce Law, Child Custody Lawyer

After the divorce is final, either parent can request a modification of the divorce order if financial or medical circumstances change, the child’s educational needs change or one parent wants to move to another state. The parent requesting the modification must complete and submit a request order to the court. The clerk sets an appointment for a meeting with a mediator who helps the parents come to an agreement on the modification. The judge then reviews the new agreement and makes a ruling on whether the modification is to be granted. Contact a Certified Family Law Specialist who understands your needs and protects your interests If you are considering getting a divorce in San Diego County, the Law Office of Steven M. Bishop has the experience to seek the results you need. Call us at 619-299-9780.

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