When children are relocated far from the other parent, the distance can put a strain on the relationship with the noncustodial parent which can be emotionally damaging. If a parent with primary custody or joint custody wishes to relocate with the children, the court can approve or deny the request.
Whether you are the one moving or if your former spouse or the parent of your children is moving and taking the child, you have legal rights that should be protected. The court must consider the case law, comparing the facts and application of the law in prior cases against the facts of your case.
When it comes to your children, you need to be confident that you are doing everything possible to obtain the outcome that you deserve. We know what’s at stake and we are prepared to go the distance in our efforts to helping you. We are aggressive advocates for the rights of our clients and are not intimidated by adversaries. While we will attempt to work with the opposing side, should this not be possible, we will be willing to take a case to litigation where we will fight for our clients.