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So, the divorce process is over. But in the back of your mind, you might already be thinking about the right moment to modify any existing agreements in the future. Your alimony or child support payments might be expensive, perhaps you feel you aren't getting paid enough from your ex-spouse, or maybe you're looking for a better child custody agreement than the one in place.
Divorce presents many obstacles such as possible contentious litigation, the uncertainty of child custody and support, and potentially high legal costs. However, in rare cases, a spouse makes divorce really hard by simply...disappearing. On top of everything else, you have to add a "Where's Waldo?" game to your list of divorce "to-dos." And unlike "Where's Waldo?" finding your spouse isn't as much fun.
When going through your divorce process, you will encounter something that seems mysterious and maybe even arbitrary to you—a judge's decision about who receives custody and visitation rights. It's also probably one of the things that worries you the most. You fear having restricted access to your children who you love dearly, and you might think an arbitrary decision from a judge might bar you from seeing your children on a regular basis.