There are many reasons you might want to change a child's custody orders. Circumstances change and what is in the best interest of the child a year ago may be completely different from the situation today. Fortunately, that's why child custody modification processes exist in Texas courts. We created this guide to help you navigate this process.

In this guide, you will learn for what reasons courts will grant modifications, what those modifications will typically look like, and a few things that you can do to better your chances of getting the results that you want for yourself and your child.

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