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California divorce lawyer, California mediation attorneyDivorce and separations can be a high stress process between two individuals. If you add in a child, the level of stress becomes astronomical. Not only are you busy deciding who gets what as far as investment and finances, now you are tasked with determining your rights to the children with regard to visitation and custody.. The thought of deciding visitation is so overwhelming and incapacitating that many couples simply choose to stay together until the child becomes an adult at 18. However, there are thousands more who go forward and make the decision to establish child custody visitation rights. How do they make that decision?

Types of Custody

Before deciding who has visitation rights and what those rights are, parents must first decide who will have custody of the child. There are two different types of custody, these are legal and physical custody. Let us explain in further detail.

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California mediation attorney, Califorina family law attorneyMost couples do not intentionally enter a marriage knowingly believing it will result in divorce. Therefore, it stands to reason that your divorce taught you that everything could change from plans and circumstances and even people themselves. Due to this certain phenomenon, it is likely that after a divorce agreement has settled, either through mediation or litigation, that there will need to be a post-judgment modification. Hopefully, the alteration will not be necessary for a decade or more. However, it is possible that a change request may be needed months after the issuance of the decree.

How Soon Can We Make Changes?

During a dissolution of marriage, circumstances and needs are the groundwork for deciding the outcome. If the situation has shifted in any direction, it is imperative that modification is requested as soon as possible to avoid conflict and ensure the ability to comply with court orders. Although a judge will not make changes to decisions regarding asset division, the commonly renegotiated terms are:

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