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Can Custody Orders be Modified?

Custody orders can be modified. Custody orders can be modified by filing a petition to modify the custody.To modify custody one must show that there's been a change in circumstances or good cause shown. The change in circumstances or good cause has to be sufficient or strong enough to actually affect the child's daily life. If you can show that then the court will reevaluate the best interest factors and determine whether it's in the best interest of the child to change custody.

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