Frequently a custodial parent is required to move to a location outside the court of original jurisdiction. Any relocation of more than 60 miles requires the custodial parent to give reasonable written notice to the other party. Generally thirty (30) days advance written notice of intention to relocate is sufficient. The Notice is then filed with the Court of original jurisdiction and served on the last known address of the noncustodial parent or on his/her attorney of record. This allows the noncustodial parent to file an objection to the relocation and to move to modify child custody or update the current parenting plan. The court will then consider whether the relocation is in the best interests of the child.
PAUL F. SHERMAN IS AN EXPERIENCED CHILD RELOCATION ATTORNEY
Whether you need to stop a relocation or negotiate a new parenting plan, or if you need assistance in following the correct procedures for the Court to allow the move to occur, you need the advice of an experienced child relocation lawyer. We recognize the impact a move can have on the most important thing to you and your family, quality parenting time with your children. Paul Sherman has the experience necessary to address your concerns and to protect your parental rights.
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We know your have more questions and we have the answers. If you would like to learn more about child relocations, call the Law Offices of Paul F. Sherman at (503)223-8441 for legal advice, or Contact Us for a free child relocation consultation.