White Plains Child Relocation Lawyer
Child relocation and parental relocation can be a contentious issue in the aftermath of a divorce. New job opportunities, family ties and other significant factors influence people to want to relocate — sometimes with their children and sometimes not. However, obtaining court approval for a move of this kind is no simple task.
Lawrence B. LaRaus, Esq. has more than 25 years of legal experience representing clients in the New York, area in relocation and other matrimonial law matters. Whether you are a parent seeking to relocate or a parent seeking to stop your ex-spouse from relocating, he will take the time to understand your situation, help you through the legal process and protect your interests.
Child Relocation ∙ Parental Relocation
Moving out of state or any other significant geographical change will impact the details surrounding the child custody agreement, and perhaps even the child support agreement if the relocation impacts costs or income involved with caring for the child. Because of the impact that a relocation will have on various aspects of a divorce agreement, a divorced or separated mother or father who wants to relocate — whether with or without the child — it will likely need to be approved by the court, depending upon the agreement of the parties.
When considering a relocation petition, the court will make a determination based on the best interests of the children. The issue of relocation is always difficult, and it can be much more complicated when both parents are intricately involved in the details of the child’s life. With decades of experience representing clients petitioning for relocation and clients contesting relocation petitions, Lawrence B. LaRaus, Esq. can help you understand your rights and options in the relocation process.
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