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Morris County Relocation Lawyer

Looking to relocate after a divorce?

After the lengthy and often emotionally taxing process of a divorce is settled, along with court orders for child support and child custody, one parent deciding to relocate can cause serious upheaval in the lives of all involved. Whether you are the parent who wishes to relocate and take your child or children with you or you are the parent who does not want your ex-spouse relocating with your children, an experienced and compassionate Florham Park divorce attorney can help advise you on your legal options, and represent you in your request to the court.

What the Court Looks At

If there is a custody order in place for your children, the court may decide that it is not in the best interest of the children to go with the parent that is relocating. The court will take into consideration all of the factors of the case, including:

  • The reasons for the move
  • The distance of the move
  • The advantages and disadvantages for the children
  • The advantages for the relocating parent (for example, a great job opportunity)
  • The ability of the remaining parent to relocate with the family, as well as how the move will affect the remaining parent's ability to have visitation with his or her children

If you or the other parent of your children is planning to move away, you need the legal assistance of the Law Offices of Francesca S. Blanco, LLC LLP. With over 15 years in practice, our firm has helped numerous clients through their divorce and relocation issues. Whether you are trying to relocate, or attempting to prevent your spouse from relocating with your child, we will aggressively fight for your cause in divorce court, and bring our years of experience and capability to your case.

For the guidance of a professional to move forward in a case, contact a Morris County relocation attorney at our office.

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