Will the court change primary care of children without cause?
1 attorney answer
The court will not change custody without cause, however the court could decide that there is sufficient cause to change or modify custody and/or visitation if the court believes that it is in the best interests of the children to do so. To find out what a judge might do in the county where the original judgment was entered, please schedule a consultation with an experienced family law attorney who regularly practices in that county. That attorney will be familiar with the judges and how the judges frequently rule in similar cases and can advise you better on what any outcome may be.
The specific facts are different in each individual case, my response is provided for general, informational purposes only and should not be construed as specific advice directed to any individual person. Since I have not had the opportunity to review all the specific facts and any supporting or explanatory documents in this matter, this general opinion should not be relied upon in your specific case. This communication is not intended to create an attorney-client relationship with any specific person and should not be construed to create an attorney-client relationship by any individual.
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