St. Paul Relocation of Custodial Parent Attorney
Parents enter child custody agreements not knowing what the future will bring. New jobs, job transfers, remarriage and child activities may require that a parent relocate to a different city or state. Some custodial parents, however, may want to relocate simply to harm or inconvenience the other parent. Legal representation is required to protect the rights of the parents as well as the child's best interests.
Berg, Debele, DeSmidt & Rabuse, P.A., offers effective legal representation for parents seeking the right to relocate or parents who want to challenge a move. Contact our office in Minneapolis to schedule an initial consultation with one of our skilled family law attorneys.
Relocation: More Than Just Changing Addresses
The relocation of a custodial parent is a complex matter involving much more than the change of a physical address. It requires giving the other parent sufficient notice of your intent to move as well as reasons for doing so. If the other parent challenges your request, it may also involve filing motions with the court, presenting your case before a judge, modifying an existing parenting time plan, and working out an agreement to pay for transportation of either the child or noncustodial parent for visitation purposes.
Contact a Skilled Parental Relocation Attorney
At Berg, Debele, DeSmidt & Rabuse, P.A., we are committed to representing your interests in relocation cases, whether it involves negotiating a new parenting plan or challenging the other parent's relocation request. Please contact us to discuss your relocation issue with an experienced attorney.
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