Long Beach, CA asked in Child Custody and Family Law for California

Q: I want to change custody and visitation with my EX.

What are my next steps to deal with this legally ? I have tried talking to him and solving it on our own but he has stopped accepting my call. Even when I go to see my son he is always there. I'd like to spend time with my son without being chaperoned. And i'd like to have at least holidays with my son without having to call 72 hours in advanced for an intended visitation.

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Mike Darlington
Mike Darlington
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  • Divorce Lawyer
  • Shingletown, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: In order to change custody/timeshare of your child you would have to file an FL-350 requesting modification of the current orders. This should be filed in the same court as your custody orders. You will need to be specific as to what type of orders your are seeking and the reason the court should change the current orders.

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