Saratoga Child Support Attorney Discusses Changing Child Living Arrangements
Wife and Husband currently live in New York, but want to move to South Carolina. Wife has a child from previous relationship. The father is agreement with the move but does not want to go to court. Can we change the conditions of the child’s visitation dates without having to go to court?
As an experienced Saratoga Child Support Attorney, I would say it is possible to prepare a stipulation which both parties execute and then after file a petition which seeks a change in the parenting time only. The stipulation can outline that the petition will be filed.
After the petition is filed, the stipulation can be submitted with an order for the judge to sign. In many cases, that can be accomplished without any court appearances at all.
Are you trying to change the conditions of your child custody agreement without going to court? If so, contact the experienced Saratoga Child Custody Attorney, Jean Maherjian.