How to make a change to visitation times or schedules in New Jersey.

New Jersey Visitation Modification Attorneys

Even though a divorce has been finalized, the needs of the members involved may change. This is true in terms of visitation. You or your ex-spouse may need to move out of state for a new job or your visitation hours may need to be increased or decreased due to other circumstances. Regardless of the situation, the needs of the child must be put first. To make a visitation modification, you or your ex-spouse can either create a consent order or file a motion. A consent order is doable if both parties are in mutual agreement of the changes and is an agreement that changes the existing visitation arrangement. This helps keep both parties out of court and makes the changes easy and quick. Filing a motion is sometimes needed if the change or the need for the change is contested, and the situation is brought to court. A substantial change of circumstances must then be proven and demonstrated in court.

Retaining a professional visitation modification lawyer is highly recommended when it comes to changing arrangements in parenting time. Do not let yourself risk losing precious time with your child. The Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq., has offices throughout the state of New Jersey, and our team of seasoned parenting time adjustment lawyers will best represent your needs and goals. Contact our law office and speak with one of our Jersey City divorce lawyers today with our free initial consultation at 732-773-2768.

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