Long Island Visitation Attorney
Modification of Visitation in Long Island, New York
visitation agreement is a legal court ordered arrangement that must be followed and
enforced, it can be changed if the circumstances warrant it. You may have
been promoted or moved to a different job that has different demands on
your time. Your child’s schedule may have changed and therefore
your visitation schedule does not work as well as it did. There are various
reasons that may warrant a modification of visitation, and a
Long Island child custody attorney can review your particular situation in order to determine whether you
can request a modification.
An experienced attorney can also guide you through the process of modifying
your visitation agreement, as this can be complex and time consuming.
It is important to have a legal professional on your side, asserting your
rights and representing your position in these cases as well. Specific
restrictions and procedures regarding modification of visitation may vary
from court to court and jurisdiction to jurisdiction. Our Long Island
family lawyers at Friedman & Friedman, Attorneys at Law take on modification
child support cases throughout Queens, Westchester, Nassau, Suffolk and the surrounding
areas. With over 35 years of legal experience in this field, our team
has the knowledge and familiarity with visitation agreements that it takes
to be most effective.
The change in circumstances must have been important enough that they warrant
taking the time and expense to request a modification of visitation, and
the change must also directly affect your visitation rights and/or schedule.
Simply wanting to alter your visitation schedule for convenience will
likely not be a good enough reason.
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By discussing your case with an attorney from Friedman & Friedman,
Attorneys at Law, we can review it with you and determine whether you
should apply for modification. We can also ensure that your goals and
position in regards to modifying visitation align with the court’s
goals for working in the best interests of the child.
Contact our firmtoday to discuss modifying the terms of your visitation agreement.