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Motion to change: when a child becomes older

By Andrew Feldstein

In this case, the father attempted to have a court order concerning parenting time varied on the basis that the child was all grown up.

The father brought a motion to change a previous order to increase his parenting time with his child. The mother opposed this change and argued that there was no material change in circumstances. It was her position that the child was doing well under the current parenting schedule. The child was two years old at the time of the most recent order. The child is now four years old. It was the father’s position that because the child was older, it amounted to a material change in circumstances, meaning a variation order should be made. Read More at Feldstein Family Law Group Blog

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