Child Custody Modifications

How Do Custody Modifications Work?

When life's circumstances change, a child custody modification may be required to suit the child's best interests and those of the parents, too. Modifications can involve joint or sole custody, temporary and permanent custody, and physical and/or legal custody. At the law offices of Salata & Reese, LLP, we have experience dealing with all types of custody arrangements. We find that at times, split custody is the best arrangement. A rise in unmarried custody disputes has led to an increase in the need for our legal services as well. Our law firm has the right combination of experience, knowledge and diplomacy to help you navigate the ins and outs of child custody modifications in Fulton County and the Greater Atlanta area.

Situational Child Custody Modifications

Whether you find your child custody agreement changing because of remarriage, relocation, the relationship with a stepparent or simply a change in income, we can help you weigh your options and decide on a favorable plan. Modifying child custody does not have to be difficult, but having the right legal representation is essential. Our Fulton County family law firm is skilled at balancing the child's best interest with a parent's desire for child custody modifications, and we have had years of experience fighting cases just like yours. Details like gender, current relationships and even siblings all come into play when child custody is changed — we know the right questions to ask.

Whether you are seeking a custody modification or defending against it, the law office of Salata & Reese, Alpharetta, can expertly guide you through this process. Call us today at 678-942-6937 to talk specifics about your child custody case and get started with legal representation. You can also reach us online.