Our Helpful Parental Relocation Services
Individuals may decide to move for a number of reasons, from a desire to start fresh to obtaining a new job. However, relocating becomes slightly more complicated in child custody cases. Parental relocation is, essentially, when a parent wishes to permanently move to a location at least 50 miles away. It is possible for both parents to come to an amicable agreement regarding child custody. In this case, they would both sign a form consenting to the move, which they would present to the court.
Oftentimes, however, relocation is a contested issue. If this is the case, the parent wishing to relocate would need to file a petition including several pieces of information. This includes:
- The reasons they wish to move.
- Where they’re moving to and how to contact them.
- The date when they wish to move.
- A plan for a modified visitation schedule with information on how they’d transport the child to and from their location.
After this petition is filed, the other spouse has the chance to offer a response. Once the response is given, the court will decide whether or not the relocation request is granted. This is determined by a number of factors, including such things as the child’s preference, how the move would affect the child’s development, and what the child’s current needs are.
Whether you are filing the request or contesting it, you may wish to obtain the services of an attorney. So, consider contacting Attorney Natashia Sinckler. She can help anyone in:
- West Palm Beach, FL
- Lake Worth, FL
- North Palm Beach, FL
- Boyton Beach, FL
- Palm Beach Gardens, FL
- Riviera Beach, FL
- Royal Palm Beach, FL
Get help from a lawyer you can trust. Consider calling Attorney Sinckler today for a free consultation.
Experienced Lawyers Are Ready To Help.
2017, 2019 Super Lawyer
Get in touch:
The Law Office of Natashia A. Sincklerhas lawyers who are experienced with a variety type of family law issues. If you want advice or are seeking legal support, please consider getting in contact. We’d love to help you with your case.
Direct line number:
If you’re looking for quick service, then consider giving us a call. One of our lawyers is available to speak to your directly. We hope to be able to discuss your case and schedule an appointment.