Do You Have to Relocate? Relocation Can Affect Your Divorce Agreement
Parents may have to relocate for numerous reasons, for instance work, business, or family. If you are the primary residential parent for your children following your divorce or separation, you might have to initiate legal action to take your children with you. The law requires that you inform the other parent about your intention to relocation with your children. The other parent has the right to contest the relocation of your children.
We are experienced relocation attorneys, helping our clients understand the applicable laws and ensuring the relocation is completed in compliance with the law. Regardless of whether you want to relocate with your children or wish to prevent your ex-spouse from relocating with your children, you need to get in touch with us without delay. There are numerous factors to consider, including
- Child support
- Visitation rights
If the income of the spouse receiving alimony is set to increase following the relocation, further changes may have to be made in addition to deciding on the future of the children. We have the experience and expertise to help you deal with the situation and understand your rights. You need to be aware of your options, so you can decide on the best course of action in order to reach an agreement with your ex-spouse that you both can agree to.
Trust your case to an expert in relocations and family law. Call Matthew Sheasby, Attorney at Law, at (909) 922-2543 to discuss your case.