Divorce and Child Custody Attorney in Lee's Summit, Missouri
There may come a time when you determine that your current parenting plan is no longer in the best interest of the minor child and that it is necessary to modify the plan with regards to custody and/or parenting time. To modify custody and/or parenting time, a party must show the Court that there has been a substantial and continuing change in circumstances so as to make the current parenting plan with respect to custody/ and or parenting time unreasonable, requiring a modification to serve the best interest of the minor child. The change of circumstances could include relocation by one parent, the incarceration of a parent, a parent's repeated failure to follow the current plan, or the remarriage of one parent. The change in circumstances cannot be temporary and would need to have a substantial effect on the children to warrant a modification. Modifications can become highly contested matters, but may be necessary to ensure the best interest of the children.
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