Situations can occur after custody has been determined, which may require a change in custody or the need for a parent to relocate with his or her child. Custody modifications as drastic as relocation are looked at seriously by the courts.
Circumstances such as a career change or other life change can present a need for a parent to relocate. If custody is established, a parent must formally apply for relocation before taking his or her child with him or her. The courts will look at a number of different factors.
The most important factor is whether or not the move is in the best interests of the child. Other factors the courts will look at include:
The attorneys at the Jeff Gilbert Law Office will help you through the legal process by strongly advocating for you and your child's best interests when it comes to parental relocation arrangements.
Attorneys Jeff Gilbert and Rachel Aguilar have represented parents who work in chemical plants, police departments, hospitals, and other institutions in custody-related matters. They have handled complicated custody issues and resolved complex disputes by developing creative custody plans that have been in their clients' best interests. They are trusted advocates for family law matters. Contact the Jeff Gilbert Law Office to learn your options.