While it is only February and some parents may be doing everything they can to stay ahead of their kids’ practices, recitals, games and classes, others may be looking forward to the months of vacation that their children get at the end of the academic year. Summer break is often a fun time for Florida families, but those who must schedule their vacations and activities around the requirements of their child custody plans may be struggling to find ways to fit in all of the adventures that they want to experience.
Now is an excellent time for parents to begin considering changes or modifications to their child custody agreements and orders. Though most parents anticipated what they would do with their kids’ breaks from school when the created their governing child custody documents, changes in circumstance may now force them to address custodial matters that may once have appeared set.
Parents generally may agree to make modifications to child custody documents; when agreement is not possible parents may have to go to court to fight for the changes that they believe will serve their kids’ best interests. With the help of a compassionate family law attorney a parent can approach these negotiations with knowledge and confidence.
The Messer & Messer Law Offices are available for parents who wish to make changes to their existing child custody plans. Whether those changes are needed to accommodate temporary scheduling conflicts like summer breaks or long-term changes to address new schedules for their kids, parents can feel good about their choice to enlist the help of committed family law attorneys. Readers of this post can learn more about the Messer & Messer Law Offices through the firm’s website.