Family Law Timesharing of Children

Voluntarily allowing more timesharing is not a basis for modification of a prior timesharing order. A change of circumstances must be based on a substantial, material and unanticipated change of circumstances and must be in the best interest of the children. Voluntarily allowing the other parent more time share than as provided in the Court’s previous order is insufficient for a modification even if in the best interests of the children. Courts do not want to discourage voluntary changes.

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