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Picture Parents may need to renegotiate portions of their parenting agreement every 2 ½ to 3 years. If the parents agree on the changes, they can change their court order by using an agreement.  But if the parents cannot agree on the changes, 1 of the parents must file papers with the court asking for a change (a “modification”) of your current child custody and visitation order. If you want to change your order, you and the other parent will probably have to meet with a mediator to talk about why you want the order to change before you go to the court hearing.​

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Custody Modification

After a judge makes a custody and visitation order, 1 or both parents may want to change the order.
There are many good reasons why a parenting plan may need to be changed. As the children get older, for example, their needs, interests, and activities change. And as each of the parents moves on with his or her separate life, new partners, new jobs, or new homes can all mean that the parenting plan needs to be changed

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Gaurdianship

Guardianship is when a court orders someone other than the child’s parent to:
Have custody of the child; or
Manage the child’s property (called “estate”); or Both.

In a Guardianship:

  • Parents still have parental rights. They can ask for reasonable contact with the child.
  • The court can end a guardianship if the parents become able to take care of the child.
  • Guardians can be supervised by the court.

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Support Modification

After a judge makes a Support and visitation order, 1 or both parents may want to change the order.
There are many good reasons why a parenting plan may need to be changed. As the children get older, for example, their needs, interests, and activities change. And as each of the parents moves on with his or her separate life, new partners, new jobs, or new homes can all mean that the parenting plan needs to be changed

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