Parenting modifications

PARENTING MODIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

Parenting modifications are guided by Section 61.13 (2) (d), Florida Statutes. The best interest of the children is the primary consideration. The Party requesting modification must prove:

 

  1.             A substantial change in circumstances,

  2.             Material changes,

  3.             An unanticipated change in circumstances,

  4.            “Best interest” of the children is determined by an evaluation of factors in 61.13 (2) (d) (a-t), Florida Statutes.

 

The Court does not have the same degree of discretion to choose between parents seeking modification as it did for the initial determination.

CONSULT WITH A FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY

Our office is happy to meet with you for a free consultation to help you determine how to move forward. We understand that each case is different with its own unique circumstances. Stan Peeler has extensive experience litigating parenting modifications since 1999.

Contact our firm today to schedule a free consultation with us. We welcome you to call us at 850-432-7705 or complete our online form here by providing us with the details of your legal needs. 

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