When finalizing a divorce, it is difficult to know if the agreed-upon terms will actually work for one's family until one has the time to experience life after the dissolution. Sometimes, everything will work out without any serious issues. Then again, sometimes it won't. Thankfully, in the state of Louisiana, certain divorce terms may be modified to better fit a family's needs -- such as child support and custody.
Figuring out custody and support terms is not always easy. Sometimes, the court has to step in and assign what it thinks is best. Other times, parents just have to hope they have come up with a plan that works. The state of Louisiana understands that life changes happen, and adjustment to divorce terms regarding one's children may become necessary. Such modifications may be required several times before one's children reach adulthood. That is okay.