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Custody modifications when a custodial parent dies

No child should ever have to lose their parent. If a custodial parent passes away, this will undoubtedly be a sad time for the whole family, and together, they will need time to heal. Modifications will need to take place so that the child gets the familial support that is in their best interests.

Will my request for a child custody modification be accepted?

It's very common for parents to be unhappy with the child custody agreement that is in place. Child custody agreements are designed to be in the best interests of the child based on the situation. Therefore, parents usually have to make compromises, and they will possibly be unhappy with some of the compromises that they have been forced to make.

Understanding emergency child support modifications

Child support is necessary to help many parents get by financially. But while child support payments tend to be stable from month to month, the cost of raising a child is often tumultuous. This is why many parents find that they need to ask for additional financial support when they encounter a difficult financial situation.

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