Parenting Plan Modification

Under certain circumstances a parenting plan may be modified. There are generally two types of parenting plan modifications. The first is commonly known as a major modification which is an attempt to switch primary care from one parent to another. The second is a minor modification which keeps the primary residence of the child intact. The parenting plan modification statute in Washington state is RCW 26.09.270. If you have question about whether a modification to the parenting plan is right for your case, you may contact us through phone or email to schedule a time to discuss your situation.

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