Custody Relocation

Divorce can be difficult all by itself; but when adding child custody to the situation, divorce becomes even more painful. Child custody affects everyone-mom, dad, children, and perhaps other family members. Arizona Family Laws can be very complex, and divorce and custody laws vary widely from state to state. It is important for you to find a law firm whose goal is to manage your marital disputes in a caring way and to be the advocate for you in custody proceedings.

Every parent has rights to visit their children. Parenting time (visitation) may be one of the most important legal steps to keep you in touch with your child and involved in his/her life. You may wonder as a non-custodial parent how you can visit your child on a regular visitation schedule. How do you make sure that these visits are enforceable? Most importantly, what are the best interests of the children?

A major custody issue is that of Custody Relocation. What happens if the custodial parent wants to leave the state to pursue a new job, or to be closer to family members, or maybe just to get a fresh start? Does the custodial parent need a written consent from the non-custodial parent? It is crucial that you know the particular state’s statutes to understand your rights. We at The Carroll Law Firm are qualified to help you understand the implications of a custodial parent’s decision to move out of state. Call us today for a free consultation.


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