Custody Modification

Although custody is always modifiable upon a showing of a substantial change in circumstances affecting the welfare of your minor child, such changes can often be expensive to undertake and difficult to achieve, so it is of utmost importance to seek legal counsel prior to your initial custody determination to discuss your rights and expectations regarding your minor children. There are also issues related to third party visitation, such as grandparent visitation, which are strictly proscribed in this State and therefore crucial topics to discuss with your attorney prior to signing a Custody or Settlement Agreement or filing a suit. At Hodges Coxe Potter & Phillips, LLP, we never charge you a consultation fee, making your decision to speak to us about your particular custody case an easy one. Contact us to set up an appointment at (910) 772-1678.

Practicing in this Field

Colleen H. Moran

Attorney at Law

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