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Is your custody agreement pursuant to a court order?
Custody agreement is in our divorce papers. We were divorced 11 years ago. We have never revised it.
Thank you for your response
You can file for modification to the parenting plan to have you daughter live with you the greater part of the yearCustody is subject to modification at any time there is a substantial change in circumstances that affects the best interest of the child. The fact that the father is unable to parent during most of the time your daughter is with him, if a substantial change in circumstances that warrants a review
Additionally, your daughter's preference may be considered as a change in circumstances
You would need to petition the court for modification in the court where the original custody order was entered
I would be glad to respond to any follow-up questions that you may have.
how do you petition the court?
I can look for the forms for you. Which court originally entered the order?
Clark County, NV
Please give me about 5 min to locate the forms
Here is a link to the forms and directions required to petition the court for modification: Packet 90
Of course, because of the nuanced details of the matter, I suggest that you retain a local attorney.Here is a link to a free site that may assist you in locating competent legal counsel: www.Martindale.com
You may also be able to obtain free legal assistance at this link: http://www.lacsn.org/
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