Child Relocation Cases It is fairly common for a parent to consider moving away with his or her child. In order to move away from the other parent, he or she would need to take legal action, if the move is in excess of 50 miles. Florida has a very specific Relocation statute which must be followed precisely, whether you are the moving parent or the remaining parent. Common reasons for relocation can include:
If a parent wishes to relocate with the child, he or she is legally obligated to send notice of these intentions to the other parent. The other parent then has the right to contest the relocation. You can lose your rights immediately if these procedures are not followed.
If you are seeking to relocate with your child, we can provide counsel for you and help ensure that you follow the law's requirements in this matter.Do You Wish To Prevent The Relocation Of Your Children?We can also assist you in preventing the relocation of your children, or obtaining an alternative residential schedule with your children, if you have received notice of an intended relocation.We have have extensive experience in child relocation cases and have an impressive track record of success. As these matters often result in disputes between parents, relocation cases can develop into something more complex, such as a child custody modification case or an equivalent order.
Whether you are the primary custodial parent and wish to relocate with your child, or if you have received a relocation notice and wish to contest it, do not hesitate to contact our firm today. We can inform you of your legal rights and options.
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