In most situations, unless the other parent agrees, a parent wishing to relocate with the minor child must ask the court for permission to move away with the children. Significant distance between two parents may create a new set of problems and create the need for a new custodial schedule which will still allow both parents to be a part of the child’s life.
Whether you are the custodial parent seeking to relocate, or if you are wanting to stop the other parent from moving, Cooper Hughes can help. It is best to contact us right away to discuss your options regarding a relocation. The outcome of a relocation case can have long-lasting effects on your children, and your custodial schedule.