Oregon courts allow custody and parenting time to be modified and changed after a case is over. The Firm has extensive experience in helping and guiding parents through these times. There are many reasons why modification might need to happen but some of the most common ones are: a move, one parent putting the child in a harmful situation, illness, and one parent refusing to follow the parenting plan.
If you believe that you have a situation that falls under one of these areas or even if the issue does not specifically fall under these areas, modification of custody and parenting time could be possible and you should seek out and meet an attorney. The Firm will work to protect your rights and make sure you understand how a court will view the actions that are being presented.