Parents seek to move to a far-away location for many reasons, such as a job opportunity, to escape domestic violence, or to care for a family member who is ill. Whether you seek to move away or you are trying to prevent the custodial parent from moving away, a court order will likely be needed and a skilled and experienced family law attorney can have a tremendous impact on the result.

 

Parent seeking to move away or relocate

The court’s primary concern is, “What is in the best interest of the child?” Courts will consider many factors when determining whether to allow a custodial parent to move away.

Among them are:

 

• Child’s age and nature of relationship with each parent

• Distance of the move

• Parent’s reason for the move

• Current child custody arrangement

• What the child wants (for older children)

 

An experienced Los Angeles child move-away and relocation attorney can help

If you have custody of your child and are seeking to move away, it can be difficult to persuade the court to allow you to move. You can benefit greatly from having a skilled advocate fight on your behalf. If you are seeking to prevent the other parent from moving away with your child, you’ll need someone who can stand up for your rights to remain an important part of your child’s life. Contact Lilian today at (310) 920-5810 or lilianhoats@gmail.com to schedule a free, no-obligation, and confidential consultation.

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