In this situation, one parent has both physical custody and all of the decision-making authority. Generally, the other parent has only reasonable visitation. This visitation may be limited and in certain circumstances may be supervised.
Negotiating a Child Custody Agreement
Our firm has developed and gained judicial approval of numerous custody implementation plans. We will help you develop a plan that achieves your goals for your children’s futures. You may have a plan already in place that no longer works because circumstances have changed. Mr. Cosenza can advise you concerning whether the facts support modifying the existing custody and visitation arrangements. If a change is indicated, he will work with you and the courts to modify your child custody agreement.
What Is The Difference Between Sole, Joint And Physical Custody?
What Happens If You Want To Move Out Of The State?
Even if you have the other parent’s permission to move away and change the visitation schedule, you must still obtain the court’s permission. Our firm can help you pursue a modification in order to legally relocate with your child. Likewise, if you object to the other parent moving away with your child, we can help you contest such a change. If necessary, we can take the matter to trial for you.
Serving the Greater Baton Rouge, Louisiana Area
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At the Cosenza Law Firm we are concerned about the welfare of our clients and the best interests of their children. Know what your options are before you decide to take the next step. Call our Gonzales office 225-647- 6644 or our Baton Rouge office 225-381-8181 or send an email to arrange a consultation.