A “move-away “case arises when a parent that has joint or sole custody of the child decides to move to a location that is far enough away to disrupt the current custodial arrangement.
Whether the move is near or far, if the move will impact the current custody situation, then the parents will need new custody and visitation orders. Relocation and move-away cases are one of the most difficult decisions a Judge has to make and many factors are considered before making a ruling.
In relocation proceedings, the court will primarily be concerned with the effect the relocation will have on the child or children in question. Health and financial stability are among, but not limited to, the many factors considered. Quite often, the court will enlist the assistance of a child custody evaluator to determine what custody arrangements are in the best interest of the child or children
Whether you are a parent looking to relocate your child to another city or state, or you oppose the intended relocation of your child, it is essential that you contact a seasoned, knowledgeable, family Law attorney immediately to ensure all necessary issues are addressed, and to bring you the best possible outcome for your case.
Reganyan Law Firm has a successful track record when it comes to relocation and move-away cases. Our team works hard to ensure all parties remember that the real focus in any custody dispute is the child. We strive toward a result that is in the best interests of the child and works for all parties involved.
For more information on move-away and relocation issues, contact us for a no-charge consultation to discuss your concerns. When you retain Reganyan Law Firm, you have a team of experienced attorneys, forensic accountants, investigators, and highly skilled support staff working on and trying to resolve your case.
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