Modifying Visitation Agreements
While the visitation agreement that you formed with your partner during your divorce may have worked well for you and your family at the time, many families need to modify those agreements in order to adjust to new circumstances in their lives. However, because there will be so much of your and your former partner’s respective lives that will be affected by any modification, you both should retain legal representation that is capable of helping you simultaneously protect your interests and anticipate those of your former partner. Should the matter be more contentious, our legal team is prepared to help you take the steps necessary to protect your family.
Modifying Visitation Agreements in San Jose
Though former partners decide to modify their visitation agreements for any number of legitimate reasons, some of the most common include the following:
- Changes in work schedule
- Spousal violation of agreement
- Concern over the child’s safety
Whatever the particulars of your situation happen to be, our San Jose legal team may do everything they possibly can to help you protect and advance the best interests of your child now and in the foreseeable future.
Discuss Modifications to Your Visitation Agreement with an Attorney in San Jose
If the circumstances of your life have changed and you need to modify your visitation agreement, the family attorneys with the [firm-name] have the experience and the resources to help you do just that. To discuss the particulars of your situation with one of our attorneys in San Jose, please call our offices at [phone-number] today.