When a parent realizes that the custody agreement they signed isn’t giving them enough of a role in their child’s life, it may be time to talk to your former spouse about alternate arrangements.
If your custody agreement contained language allowing you the first right of refusal for babysitting, remind your spouse that you should be the first phone call when plans come up requiring babysitter coverage.
If new terms can’t be brokered in conversation, you can still petition the court for a modification. The court will want to see a reasonable, feasible custody plan that maintains stability for your children.
At Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino, we can review your existing agreement to see how to bulk up your time with your kids without creating unnecessary logistical hardship for everyone.
Call us today at 718-523-1111 and talk to a Queens child custody lawyer for free.