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I am facing relocation, what should I do?

I am facing relocation, what should I do?

Negotiating an agreement regarding issues of child custody can often be difficult to resolve, especially when there are feelings of anger or resentment between the parents.

What happens if the custodial parent’s job requires him or her to relocate out of the area or out of the state?  The relocation of a custodial parent can create more confusion and issues in an already difficult custody battle.  The move could and most probably will create serious limitations on when and how the non-custodial parent can visit his or her children.

When a relocation of a parent comes into play, a determination must be made as to whether a move will be in the best interests of the child.  It is up to the relocating parent to show that he or she is acting in good faith and moving for good reasons, rather than retaliation against the non-custodial parent.

If you are facing relocation because of your job or another significant reason and there are children involved, it would be wise for you to contact an experienced San Bernardino Family Law attorney who can help you resolve your issues in a way that is best for all concerned.

Contact the Inland Empire Divorce & Family Law Attorneys and speak to a skilled attorney who can help resolve issues for divorced parents who are trying to move to another state, as well as defend the parent who is righting against the relocation.