Child Custody Modifications in Alabama

Child Custody Modification Attorney

Child Custody Lawyer | Crumbley-Blackwell & Associates, P.C.

Custody modifications involve individuals that have custody of their child or children and are seeking to modify the current order regarding child custody. Modifications are pursued for many reasons. Most often, they are sought when an event occurs wherein the best interests of a child would be served by a change in custody - or in the event of a material change in circumstances after the order was entered. The courts try to ensure that the child or children's best interests will be promoted by a change of custody - and that the benefits of modification will outweigh any disruptive effects. A wide variety of other factors will also be taken into account.

Child custody cases can be extremely urgent. If you or a loved one are battling issues relating to child custody in Alabama - schedule a phone or office consultation with an attorney from our team. Get started by completing an online case evaluation form.

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To schedule a consultation with a divorce and family law attorney - call (256) 539-4464 or complete an online case evaluation form. During your initial consultation, a lawyer from our team will gather the details and facts of your case and develop a strategic plan that will outline the path forward. After developing a plan, our custody lawyers will stand next to you and fight for your desired outcome throughout your days in court. We genuinely believe in the best interest of our clients, and work diligently with the goal of achieving an outcome that satisfies all of their needs.

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