Legal Question in Family Law in New Mexico

Is a change in job which limits time with your child enough to prove subsequent change in custody

Asked on 3/07/13, 1:23 pm

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George Chandler Chandler Law of Los Alamos
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You can negotiate a change in the parenting plan with your ex, making sure you get it in writing, or you can file a motion with the court to change the parenting plan based on your new job status. In most courts in NM this will result in a mediation session instead of a hearing but could be both.

A change in parenting plan has the potential to change the child support.

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Answered on 3/07/13, 5:04 pm

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