Do the other parent and I need to go back to court to make temporary changes to our visitation schedule?
(Toolkit) Temporary Restraining Orders, Temporary Injunctions, and Temporary Orders in Child Custody Emergencies includes a motion for temporary orders, which can be used to make temporary changes to your visitation schedule. But temporary orders will not last forever. Eventually you will also have to go to court to get final orders about visitation, conservatorship, and child support (if applicable). You can read more about agreed modifications here:
- Instructions and Forms for an Agreed Modification
- Changing a Custody, Visitation or Child Support Order