When you have a child and aren't in a relationship with the child's other parent, making certain life decisions means that you have to look at the child custody and visitation issues that might come up with the decision. One such decision is when the custodial parent is considering a move away from the area. In that case, the non-custodial parent might choose to try to stop the child from moving.
We know that you probably don't want to have to deal with a bunch of hassle over your life choices. While we can't promise you that everything with your relocation case will go your way, we can help you to understand your options and work to protect your interests throughout the case. We can help you to present your side of the case and explain why you feel your preference is actually what is best for your child.
When it comes to relocation issues in a child custody case, there are several things the court will consider. One of these is whether the move is in the child's best interests or not. There are several aspects of the move that the court will consider. We can help you to learn about these points so that you can get a look at what the court will consider.
Whether you are the parent who is interested in moving or the parent who doesn't want to see your child go, it is vital that you learn your responsibilities in the case. Failing to live up to those responsibilities might have consequences.