Modifying Prior Orders

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3 Reasons a Judge Will Change Custody Orders After a Divorce

When a Texas court establishes custody orders during a divorce, the idea is to act in the child’s best interest. However, circumstances often change following the divorce. What may have been “in the best interest of the child” during the divorce proceedings may no longer be an accurate reflection of the situation months or years …

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How to Win a Custody Modification Case in Texas

As we witnessed during the COVID-19 pandemic, life’s circumstances can quickly and dramatically change from one day to the next. These changes could impact your relationship with your children. If you are divorced with children or have gone through a child custody legal matter as a single parent, then you should know that you have …

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A Fort Bend County family law attorney such as Blair Parker can help with the modification of an existing court order affecting child custody, child support, and visitation rights

Work With a Fort Bend County Family Law Attorney to Modify a Court Order

Whether you live in Sugar Land, Richmond, Rosenberg, Fulshear, Pecan Grove, or another town in Fort Bend County, Texas, it’s important to work with a local family law attorney to support your family legal matter. Specifically, if you are pursuing a modification of an existing court order that involves your children, there are legal challenges …

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