Relocation out of State and Child Custody
In today’s mobile society, it is not uncommon for parents to move from state to state. If you want to move to another state, you must first obtain the Court’s permission before doing so.
You should seek the Court’s permission well before the planned move. There are a number of factors courts look at before granting permission to move. Courts may look at the availability of substitute visitation, the current custody arrangement, the ages of the children, crime, family support and the quality of schools.
Relocation can be a complex area of family law. Page Law Office has conducted numerous relocation trials.
Contact the Page Law Office if you are seeking to relocate to another state.