Ventura Relocation Lawyer
Do You Want To Relocate After A Divorce?
At some point in a parent's life it may become necessary to relocate or move to a different state or area. These situations can be exceedingly complicated for divorced parents. Depending on the custody agreement you reached with your former spouse, the decision to relocate brings with it a number of legal issues and procedures that must be addressed before you can move.
If you are thinking about relocating with your child or children it is very important that you discuss your situation with a knowledgeable Ventura divorce attorney at Negley Law, APC before taking any actions that could jeopardize your legal standing in your child's life.\
Relocation Affects Many Aspects Of Your Court Order
The decision to relocate brings with it a number of legal issues that could affect your original child custody and support agreements as well as any
spousal support agreement in place. The relocating parent may have been offered a better job, married an individual living in another area, want their children to attend better schools, or they could simply want to be closer to family and friends.
Whatever your reasons behind moving may be, you should not hesitate to seek out legal guidance in regards to your decision to relocate. Relocating may infringe on your former spouse's visitation rights or disqualify you from receiving monetary support.
Get In Touch With Our Divorce Attorney
In order to address the many legal issues associated with relocating with your child or children it is very important to secure sound legal representation. At Negley Law, we have a firm grasp on the laws and procedures governing relocation. Unlike most other firms, we focus only on practicing divorce law. This focus on one specific area of the law gives our firm the added insight these kinds of cases require. We know these laws inside and out and pride ourselves on our ability to use this specialized knowledge to help our clients. Call our firm today.
Contact a Ventura relocation lawyer if you are thinking about relocating or moving and would like to discuss the legal ramifications of this decision.