There are holidays throughout the year and children normally want to spend those holidays with both of their parents, even when parents are no longer a couple. This can mean that you may need to create a parenting plan [...]
Can Child Custody Agreements Be Changed If I Get a New Job?
When child custody arrangements are made, they are created based on the parents’ lives at that time. However, if there is a major change that happens, this could mean that there needs to be a change made to the order. One such scenario is if one of the parents gets a new job, this could impact how much time they are able to spend with the child. When a major change does happen, that parent should seek legal assistance to request an amendment to the child custody order. Brooklyn NY child custody lawyers help parents who need to submit this request to the family court. At the Levitsky Law Firm, our attorneys can handle your case by providing step-by-step legal guidance.
How a Job Impacts Child Custody
Getting a new job can have a number of impacts on a custody order depending on which parental role you play, custodial or non-custodial, in the current arrangement. Brooklyn NY child custody lawyers can show you the ways that a new job can change the amount of time you have with your child.
-A new job may allow you to live in the local area where your child lives so that you can spend more time with him/her.
-New employment may create a more regular schedule so that you can have your child on a more consistent basis.
-A new job may require you to work more, which can decrease the amount of time you have or change the days you see your child.
-A new job may require you to move out of state which can drastically change the time with your child.
In any event, a custody dispute law firm in Brighton Beach should be retained so that your petition to have your custody time changed is properly presented to the court.
If you are in need of a custody dispute law firm in Brighton Beach to help with your child custody order, contact the Levitsky Law Firm for more information.