As a Dallas family lawyer, I often hear from parents who are facing difficult family law issues after a move. One common situation is when both parents were living in one state, and then one parent moved to Texas with the children. In these cases, it may be necessary to modify the existing custody and visitation order.

Modifying Custody and Visitation Orders in Texas

In order to modify a custody and visitation order in Texas, there must be a material and substantial change in circumstances. A move to another state with the children can certainly qualify as such a change. The parent who has moved will need to demonstrate how the move has affected the children and why a modification is necessary.

The Process of Modifying a Custody and Visitation Order in Texas

The process of modifying a custody and visitation order in Texas involves filing a motion to modify, attending a hearing, and presenting evidence and arguments to support your position. It can be a complex and emotionally challenging process.

The Role of a Dallas Family Lawyer in Modifying Custody and Visitation Orders

An experienced Dallas family lawyer can provide invaluable guidance and support throughout the process of modifying a custody and visitation order. They can help you understand your rights and obligations, prepare and file the necessary legal documents, and represent you at the hearing.

Contact the Blacknall Firm for Assistance with Modifying Your Custody and Visitation Order

If you need assistance with modifying a custody and visitation order after a move, please don’t hesitate to contact the Blacknall Firm for representation. Our team of family law attorneys has extensive experience in custody and visitation matters and is here to help you navigate this process and ensure that your children’s best interests are protected.