Lawyer for Child Custody and Parental Relocation
Relocation Disputes: What are your rights?
Relocation is a very common dispute between divorced couples who have joint custody of their child. Individuals may wish to relocate to a new area or dispute the relocation of their former partner. An individual may choose to relocate for personal reasons, employment opportunities or to be closer to family. On the other hand, denying relocation can make managing a child easier as the other parent may be denied a move-away unless they subject to reasonable contact and location restrictions. Parents do reserve the right to either file for relocation or disagree with the relocation choice of the other parent. Regardless of reason, a divorce attorney can help you with any relocation case. Our law firm is dedicated to each client we represent and has helped many resolve this issue.
Parental Relocation in
Parents may need to relocate for their occupation so they can better care for their child or for other personal reasons, including a new marriage, need to be near other family to help care for children or other situation. The court operates on the policy to act in the child's best interests. Any move or action that could be harmful to the child will be likely be denied by the court. Our law firm can review your case to determine the best course of action. Many times, a modification in the child custody agreement can be negotiated between the parents. We know how important matters of child custody are for parents, and could represent your case professionally in court.
Our law firm has almost 100 years of combined legal experience. We know how to represent clients on either side of a relocation case. This can be a stressful time for you, but our law firm is here to help. We have signif icant experience in divorce law and all the associated issues, including any questions regarding parental relocation and what to expect from the court. Retaining our law firm is the right choice as we will tirelessly pursue your objectives and are committed to protecting the rights and interests of our clients and their children.
Contact a parental relocation attorney if you need to file for relocation or dispute the relocation of the other parent.