Custody Modifications

Individuals must abide by a court's orders surrounding alimony payments, child visitation and child custody once their divorce is finalized. These orders are determined based upon the situation that existed at the time of the divorce. However, at Staples, Ellis + Associates, PA, we realize that circumstances change and that these orders often must be modified to account for changes in your or your child's life.

Our Pensacola custody modifications attorneys have been helping people address family law issues for nearly 40 years. Since 1973, thousands of clients have turned to us when they have needed to modify a custody agreement or another aspect of a divorce order.

Family law attorneys Tom Staples and H. E. Ellis Jr. offer knowledgeable advice and guidance to all individuals seeking family law representation. Contact our Pensacola law firm online today or call 850-696-0314 to schedule your initial consultation.

Experienced Lawyers Offering Custody Modification Advice in Florida

At Staples, Ellis + Associates, PA, we help clients obtain custody modifications after experiencing a significant change in their lives. We carefully listen to our clients' situations and personalize our service to meet their unique needs and goals.

Custody modifications cannot be made without convincing a court there is good reason to do so. Tom Staples and H. E. Ellis Jr. are adept at making compelling arguments in front of a judge and persuading the court that modifying a divorce order is necessary. For example, a change to your custody arrangement might be possible if you or your former spouse:

  • Becomes seriously injured or disabled
  • Receives a significant change in work schedules
  • Wishes to relocate, or has relocated, to another city or state
  • Loses a job
  • Interferes with the other parent's visitation or custody rights
  • Shows signs of being an unfit parent

It is important to note that a child's preference is rarely accepted as the sole reason for modifying a custody order. It can, however, serve as one of the many factors a court might consider before issuing their decision.

Contact a Florida Child Support Update Attorney

Modifying a divorce agreement often becomes necessary to preserve relationships and do what is in the best interests of your child. Contact our Pensacola, Florida, law firm online today or call 850-696-0314 to schedule your initial consultation.