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Here To Help You Update Your Parenting Plan

As your child grows and your life changes through the years, your old parenting plan might not be effective anymore. If your current plan becomes more burdensome than helpful, your family may benefit from an adjustment.

At Kuderer & Tamblyn, we can help you modify a parenting plan through the right channels to keep your daily life running smoothly. Serving families in the Seattle area, our attorneys know how to find creative solutions to the challenges parents may face during and after divorce.

Boost Your Chances Of Obtaining A Modification

Some valid reasons to modify an existing parenting plan in Washington include:

  • Relocating to a new city or state
  • A child’s new need, such as a medical condition or education schedule
  • A parent’s new circumstance that could affect the child’s life
  • Danger to the child under the existing plan, such as domestic abuse or neglect
  • Noncompliance of the other parent to follow the existing plan or child custody order

Your reason will be a key factor when the court decides whether to approve your request. In addition, your chances of gaining court approval depend on how significant or minor the proposed change would be.

Our lawyers can evaluate ways to maximize the likelihood of approval. Our goal is to advocate for the arrangement that best suits you and your child.

Ready To Address Complications For You

If the other parent agrees to your request, the court may be more likely to approve it. However, if the other parent disagrees with the changes, you may need to present your case in a court hearing.

We can help you with the entire process, including the paperwork, communications with the other parent and court representation. Results matter to you, which is why we will work hard to reach a positive outcome.

Review Your Situation With A Skilled Lawyer

Our attorneys understand that it can be difficult to go through this complex legal process for such a personal matter. We are here to make the process as easy as possible for you.

Call 425-533-2415 or email us to schedule a free family law consultation. Please complete our questionnaire before your first appointment to get customized service.