Can the Custodial Parent Move a Child Out of the State?
The law requires courts to set forth child custody arrangements based on the child’s best interest. If it is the court that must make the arrangements on behalf of the parents, that is the primary determining factor in what sort of arrangement they will enforce. When a custodial parent must move beyond an agreed upon… Read More »
I Want to Move — Can I Bring My Children?
The issue of parent relocation is relatively complicated, and each case tends to have a unique set of circumstances that play a significant role in the court’s ultimate decision. There are many factors that may influence the result, including the following issues. The child’s best interests This is the first and most important element in… Read More »