Your meticulously-planned visitation and custody arrangements that have worked so well for several years may come into question when your minor child reaches their teen years. It's only natural that as children grow and change, the agreement that covered a young immobile child is simply not going to work as well for a teen with a burgeoning social life and a desire for independence. It should be comforting for parents to know that these agreements can always be altered, so read on to learn more about changing up your agreement to better suit your teenager.
If you are contemplating a divorce you might be wondering when you should talk to a lawyer and what you should bring into your initial meeting. Being prepared will make your time with the lawyer more efficient and will simplify the process for you. Here are a couple things you need to know about initially talking to a divorce attorney.
1. Go In Early, Even Before You Are Ready To File