Modification of Custody, Visitation, or Support

 The Court that entered the final order of custody, visitation and support retains the jurisdiction to modify the final order should circumstances warrant it. In general, there must be a considerable and substantial change in the circumstances that existed at the entry of the final order, and those considerable and substantial changes must substantially affect the best interest and welfare of the minor child or children. If this has happened in your case, call us to see how we can help you.