A common question for a family law attorney is relocation with children after divorce. In many situations, parents have gotten a divorce and each parent has visitation according to a parenting plan. However, what happens if one parent decides to move to another state and wants to take a child? Obviously, this will be a great concern for the parents especially the parent who is not moving.
If the parents agree, relocation isn’t usually a complicated matter. An agreement can be memorialized into a supplemental parenting plan and approved by a judge. However, the complication occurs when the parents do not agree. (more…)