Following a separation, many parents prefer to move to another area. Some of the more common reasons for this move include improving their economic status, starting a new relationship, improving their quality of life, better job opportunities, and/or ensuring a bright future for their children.
However, sometimes the noncustodial parent is not cooperative, which results in the need for a Court to decide. The Court decides whether a move will be beneficial to the children. While laws associated with child relocation vary from one state to the next, Florida judges decide these cases based on the best interests of the child by considering various factors.
As an experienced Family Law attorney, I know the principles that the court relies on when considering a relocation case. Therefore, I can assist you as you move through the process of obtaining a favorable relocation decision.
If you reside in South Florida, and you are looking for a dedicated, compassionate attorney to assist you with your relocation request, contact the Law Office of Brenda Gitchev Guerrero today.