Parenting Plan Modification
- Modifying your parenting plan or otherwise changing a formal custody arrangement in Tennessee after a final judgment of divorce or custody order has been entered requires the parent seeking said change to petition the Court for a modification. To qualify for a custody modification, the petitioning parent must prove a change of circumstances has occurred which materially alters the child’s well-being.
- Promptly filing a detailed petition once a change in circumstances has materialized is very important so as to prevent a new status-quo from forming. Our experienced family law attorneys are adept at quickly and thoroughly reviewing the facts of your case and then developing and implementing a litigation strategy that addresses your family’s specific needs.