ARIZONA CHILD RELOCATION LAWYER IN SCOTTSDALE

People move for work and other reasons far more than they did in the past. Following a divorce, relocation can be more complex because of issues regarding custody and visitation. Read on to learn more.

Parents relocating out of state has become something those specializing in family law frequently contend with. It is a serious issue and there are very detailed laws regarding all aspects of relocation for a parent with a child or children that may prevent out of state relocation.

High Desert Family Law Group will help you navigate these procedures and offer guidance into the creation of parenting plans that reflect your new circumstances.

CONSIDERATIONS OF RELOCATION FOR A CHILD

  • Is the move in the best interest of the child or children?
  • Will the relocation detriment the child or children’s relationship with either parent?
  • Can a compromise be reached satisfying all the concerned parties?
  • What are the alternatives to moving?
  • If you wish to object to the relocation of your child, you must do it straight-away.
  • What is the proposed new time-sharing schedule?
  • How much involvement does each parent and family have with the child’s activities?

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GET EXPERIENCED ADVICE ABOUT RELOCATION WITH A MINOR CHILD

Relocating a child or children is not a decision to be taken lightly. The impact on a child or children can be permanent and detrimental in some cases. When you have been served with a notice of relocation, it is imperative to act quickly.

PLAN AHEAD TO PROTECT YOUR FAMILY

If you are aware that you are relocating out of state  during the divorce process, you should consult with an experienced family law attorney who has specialized in relocation issues. At High Desert Family Law Group, each of our litigators has a strong demeanor and dynamic presence, which assists in delivering clients maximum results. We will aggressively fight to protect your interests. We have vast experience identifying and structuring compelling cases to protect every conceivable asset you may have or wish to secure in the case. Any assets acquired during the course of a marriage may be eligible for equitable distribution.

Our litigation team also handles asset investigations and all other Family Law issues that arise during with your divorce. Our attention, experience and sophistication allows for innovative resolutions that have a positive impact on clients. When you choose High Desert Family Law Group as your legal advisors, be confident in our abilities. We limit the number and type of cases we undertake so clients receive our full attention. Our team also works closely on all of our matters, bringing a unique mix of expertise to all of our practice areas.

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