Rancho Cucamonga Family Law Attorney
Addressing the Relocation of Parents & Child Custody Issues
In the same way that changing circumstances can cause financial issues to affect things such as child support and alimony, it can also cause geographical issues to affect the agreements relating to custody and visitation rights. When parents move away - regardless of whether it's for a lifestyle change or if it's because they have been offered a better job opportunity - it is only natural that it will affect the previously established custody arrangements. When this occurs, it is referred to be a move-away and is treated on a case-by-case basis by California courts depending on the extenuating circumstances.
When a parent needs to move, there is nothing that a family court can do to prevent the move. They, however, do have the power to stop the parent from being able to take the child with them should it be determined that the move would not be in their best interests. If you currently need to relocate and have questions about how it will affect your custody over your children or if you have questions about how to prevent the custodial parent from taking your children away from you, it is in your best interests to consult with a Rancho Cucamonga family attorney as soon as possible.
Rancho Cucamonga Divorce Lawyer: Helping with Move-Aways
When you are in need of reworking a previously established agreement, do not hesitate to consult with Cho, Sheasby, Chung & Ignacio, LLP as soon as possible. Over the years, we have aggressively pursued just outcomes on behalf of our clients and will fight to ensure that your legal rights are protected. You can rest assured knowing that we will do everything possible to help you. Relocations can be complicated, but they do not need to be impossible. By working with an attorney from our firm, we can help ease the load.
To get the help you need with a move-away, contact a Rancho Cucamonga relocation lawyer from our firm.