What qualifies as a material change of circumstances in a Florida child custody case?

There are a number of factors that could be considered material. The terminology is really substantial and material change and circumstances not contemplated at the time of the original order, that could be examples of that could be if the individual develops a drug problem. The circumstances could be if the child is having significant problems that are related to the parent's conduct. That is only a few of the circumstances that could be considered material.

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Carolyn S. Zisser

Highly regarded in marital and family law, Carolyn S. Zisser is a well-respected lecturer and author on family law subjects for the American Bar Association, Florida Bar, Jacksonville Bar Association and private legal seminar companies.