Once custody is decided, the long haul begins, which is the post-custody period until the child becomes a legal adult. Life is changeable, and divorced parents will inevitably need to negotiate things like out of state moves or relocation, or changes in lifestyle, employment status, or ability to care for the children. In some cases, visitation or other aspects of the parenting plan will need to be changed or updated, and sometimes you will want to appeal a custody decision. Find out what you need to know about these post-custody situations in the Avvo guides below.