Effects of Moving on Parental Rights
After a divorce one spouse may choose to relocate to get some distance from their former partner, or to be closer to their friends and family during this difficult time. Or, a move to another city or state might be necessary due to job relocation or financial considerations. Whatever the reason, it is important to be aware that moving can have detrimental effects on parenting rights. When one parent relocates, it may affect the court’s decision regarding a number of important parenting issues.
The lawyers at [firm-name] understand how emotionally and financially draining a move can be after a divorce. Our legal team is committed to ensuring that you retain your parental rights even upon relocation. If you are facing the tough decision to relocate, our lawyers can help you through the legal process of securing your parental rights.
Common Legal Issues
The lawyers at [firm-name] are prepared to help you sort out the legal issues that can arise after moving. Some of the common legal issues that come up after a move include:
- Child custody
- Child support
- Visitation rights
- Spousal support
If you or someone you know has moved after a divorce, there may be legal issues that need to be worked through.
Contact a Parental Relocation Lawyer in San Jose
At [firm-name], our lawyers have years of experience helping parents secure their legal parenting rights. Relocation does not have to include losing your right to child custody or visitation rights. Call [phone-number] today to speak with a parental relocation lawyer in San Jose.