If you are seeking to relocate and need legal help to navigate your current child custody or visitation agreement, Jones Family Law Group, LLC can assist you. There are a series of legal steps you’ll need to complete in order to relocate, and our Des Peres relocation lawyers are able to work with you to work through the process. We also have experience assisting noncustodial parents that wish to object to a relocation. Contact the dedicated child custody attorneys at our office today for assistance. We’ll talk you through the options and see what we can do to move things forward.
Custodial parents may wish to relocate due to a variety of different circumstances, including a new job, or new relationship. The courts will seek to protect the interests of the child, so it can be a complex matter to navigate. Notice must be given to the noncustodial parent in terms of the move.
Noncustodial parents have rights in relocation proceedings as well. They should receive notice of intent to move, as well as other factual information involved in the situation. The noncustodial parent should also receive any intended modifications for visitation due to the relocation.
In Missouri relocation proceedings the court considers the needs of the child in addition to the wishes of the parents. Factors that may be considered include any potential benefits to relocation, as well as the impact of the move on the child’s lifestyle.
If you need legal assistance with the relocation process, do not hesitate to contact the attorneys at Jones Family Law Group, LLC. Our Des Peres relocation lawyers have extensive experience helping families through this process, and would love to help you as well. Contact our firm today to set up your private consultation.
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