If you have a parenting plan or custody order in effect and it is no longer working, or if another party to a custody order or parenting plan to which you are a party has requested a change, you need to ensure that you fully understand what is required for a parenting plan or custody order modification. Changing a parenting plan or custody order is difficult in Washington, but can be done under appropriate circumstances. If you believe a parenting plan or custody order creates a dangerous or unhealthy environment for your child you should speak to our team at Harbor Family Law so we can help you understand exactly what it takes and what it means to change a parenting plan or custody order. Even if you and the other parent agree on changing an existing parenting plan or custody order it is important that any new order be well written and clear in order to avoid future problems. Whatever the reason, if you are looking to change a parenting plan or custody order, or if you are resisting a change, we can help.
Experience on Your Side
Chris Maharry has been practicing family law in the South Sound since 2003 and brings nearly two decades of experience dealing with cases involving parenting plan and custody order modifications. We understand how challenging it can be to deal with changes to an existing plan, and it is our goal to bring our clients through the process with efficiency, effectiveness, compassion and cost-sensitivity.
Managing Your Legal Separation Case in A Cost-Effective Manner
We focus our practice exclusively on family law. This narrow focus has allowed us to develop not only extensive knowledge in the area of family law, but also business practices making us as efficient as possible, which keeps our clients’ costs to a minimum while maintaining a high level of representation. We cannot guarantee the cost of fees involved in any legal case; however, all our work is performed with the goal of being effective and efficient.
Area of Coverage
We serve clients in parenting plan modification cases throughout the Pierce, Kitsap, and South King County areas.