Most often a relocation results in a significant change both in the contact the children will have with a parent as well as increasing the expense for the children to continue to have frequent contact with both parents. If both parents are not in agreement with the relocation the family court will need to determine whether the children will be permitted to move with the parent seeking to relocate. Relocation cases can be complex and very time consuming. It is important to learn about how the law may affect a proposed move for your children.
A consultation with the Law Office of James S. Lazar will help you understand the process involved in resolving a move-away or relocation case as well as factors that should be considered in deciding the best course of action for you.