Intense, complex post-divorce disputes sometimes arise when a custodial parent wants to move with children. Although moves within New Jersey are usually negotiated and/or approved by the court, a proposed out-of-state move may cause serious disagreement and even lead to litigation. With the increased mobility of our population and current economic pressures, we are seeing this issue arise more frequently.
Out-of-state moves with children require consent of the other parent or a court order. Parents who try to avoid this requirement can face serious repercussions. If you are considering a move or want to prevent one you believe is unnecessary and counter to your children’s interests, our lawyers are prepared to thoroughly analyze your case.
Child custody and relocation cases can become extremely involved due to parents’ different personal goals and differing views of children’s needs. Our firm is a respected resource in the legal community, and we work with a range of qualified experts as needed to build compelling cases for our clients. Our knowledge extends to:
From offices in Morris County as well as Bergen County, parental relocation attorneys at our firm are prepared to thoroughly address the economic and personal issues pivotal in your situation. For counsel you can trust as you make key decisions and proceed, schedule a consultation at our firm today.