Corona Relocation Attorney
Relocation Lawyer Serving Chino, Chino Hills, Norco, Riverside, Corona, Eastvale and South Corona
The relocation of a parent following a divorce can require
modifications to existing custody, support and visitation agreements. Generally, the court should be notified of any significant changes in circumstances occur following a divorce settlement. This includes the relocation of a parent, especially if they will be moving out of the area.
Child visitation schedules may need to be revised, along with other aspects of the
support agreement. If you are a divorced parent of minor children, and are planning to move, contact a
Corona divorce attorney for legal advice regarding you relocation. A competent lawyer can discuss your options and the changes that may need to be made to existing custody and support agreements.
Relocation Lawyer in Corona
When a divorced parent intends to relocated, it can require the court-approved modification of custody, support and visitation agreements. The court will look at several factors when adjudicating the matter, including:
- The reason for the move
- The distance of the move
- If the move involves a custodial or non-custodial parent
- If the move will have negative impact on parent/child relationships
A judge can order the parent that is moving to pay the child's travelling expenses following the move, increase the amount of consecutive time the child spends with each parent, or even deny the relocation if the move will significantly damage the other parent's relationship with the child.
Cho, Sheasby, Chung & Ignacio, LLP is an experienced family law firm that can provide seasoned advice regarding relocations. We can explain the legal aspects of relocation and how to address the matter with the court. Our firm will ensure your parental rights are protected, and help you achieve your relocation goals.
Contact a Corona divorce lawyer
from our office if you are a divorced parent that intends to relocated for valuable advice regarding your child custody, support and visitation agreements.