Long Island Child Custody Attorney
Modification of Child Custody in New York
Even after a court order decreeing child custody and
visitation arrangements, modification is possible. A post-decree modification allows for courts to address significant changes in the parents’ lives or in the life of the child. If you need to make a request for amended terms or need to resist your ex-spouse’s request to amend a child custody decree, you need a lawyer on your side who understands exactly what the court will consider. You need a Long Island child custody lawyer who will be able to present your position and address your particular concerns effectively and efficiently.
At Friedman & Friedman, Attorneys at Law, our skilled legal team takes on modification of child custody cases throughout Long Island, New York. We are experienced in asserting fathers’ rights in these cases and in providing aggressive representation to mothers and
grandparents as well. There are a number of reasons that one may need to modify the original child custody agreement, and our Long Island custody attorneys can meet with you to discuss your particular situation as well as your goals in order to provide you with the representation that you need.
To qualify for modification of child custody, the circumstances must be substantial enough to warrant the time and expense associated with seeking the modification, and the change in circumstances must directly affect the matter of custody.
Child Custody Lawyer Serving Long Island, New York
A caring and experience attorney from Friedman & Friedman, Attorneys at Law can review the particular circumstances that have lead to you or your ex-spouse wanting to seek a modification of child custody. By honestly evaluating the situation and using over 30 years of combined legal experience to make an accurate determination, our attorneys can deduce what your chances of success are in bringing about or contesting a modification of custody.
Contact Friedman & Friedman, Attorneys at Law today to discuss modification of your child custody order.