Winter Springs Relocation Attorney

Information Regarding Relocation of a Custodial Parent

If you live in the state of Florida and you are a custodial parent that is contemplating a move, there is important information that you should be aware of. The procedures regarding a custodial parent’s plans for relocation are specific and can appear complex. An experienced Winter Springs divorce lawyer from our firm can assisting you in determining what your legal obligations are toward meeting the criteria to relocate.

If you are the custodial parent it’s important to find out what your rights and responsibilities are regarding an intention to relocate with your children. If your intended relocation destination is 50 miles or more from your current address you have an obligation to obtain permission from the non-custodial parent or the court. You will need to file a Notice of Intent to Relocate with all of the necessary details concerning the move and a proposed plan as to how the non-custodial parent’s right to access and visitation of the children will be accommodated. There will be a period of 30 days in which an agreement may be made by both parties as to how this can be arranged, however if the non-custodial parent objects to the move a hearing must be held. Our experienced legal professionals can assist you in making this process as convenient and efficient as possible.

Collaborative Law

In addition, our team can also aid in situations where a couple cannot come to an agreement together on visitation. For some the issue is serious enough that it is taken to court to be decided upon. This is often a challenging procedure that can increase the tension of an already trying situation. An alternative that has been the answer for many is collaborative divorce. Through this, an attorney from our firm can sit down with you and your spouse in addition to their legal representation and discuss the issues you cannot agree upon. Both parties agree to do everything in their power to avoid court and finish the matter together. A couple may be unable to agree on relocation but can decide together they want the courts involved as little as possible. Our team provides exceptional legal counsel in all types of divorce to resolve your case with the greatest amount of ease possible. In addition we are well versed in collaborative law and may be able to gain the results you are looking for through this option.

Moving Away After Divorce

When legal issues concerning your children crop up following a divorce, it’s important to know that you are following the letter of the law in resolving them. At John M. Iriye, P.A. we have over practice law since 1996 with 15 years of experience in family law and divorce practice assisting clients with their legal needs. You can depend on our firm to understand the most current information concerning what the law is regarding your legal dilemma as well as your rights and obligations. Our firm takes the privilege of representing you as our top priority and will tirelessly advocate for a successful outcome of your legal pursuit.

Contact a Winter Springs relocation attorney from our firm today for assistance in taking the proper steps toward relocation.