A prior divorce decree in Texas may be modified for a number of reasons, some of those reasons are listed here:
Modification of Custody
A Final Decree of Divorce may be modified as to custody if more than one year has passed and there has been a material and substantial change affecting the best interest of the child. Custody may also be modified at any time if children are in danger.
A Final Decree of Divorce may be modified to add a geographic restriction to an area such as a city, county, school district, state, or region.
Injunction for Peace & Protection of Children
A Final Decree may be modified to exclude unrelated overnight guests, to exclude drinking while in possession of children, to exclude drug users from a household, to terminate disparaging comments about a parent, and to keep the peace.
Modification of Possession and Access
A Final Decree may be modified to provide for longer weekends during the school year, for a custom visitation schedule, and for halfway points and other provisions for long distance visitation.
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