Florida family law and divorce attorney Steve Kramer shares with you how to handle a child custody issue when one parent relocates far away.
If you’re currently in a parenting plan where both parents share a child equally, you may wonder what happens when a parent needs to relocate. One parent may need to relocate due to health, family issues, or employment. And maybe you are both in agreement about the move and how you will share your child in the future. Who they live with and how visitation is done. But it’s important to report that to the court with a newly modified parenting plan showing that you’ve come to an agreement. It’s vital that the court has record of the agreement between parents in case things go wrong in the future. Plus, relocation may change the child support you or your spouse is receiving. Submitting that parenting plan to the court allows them to make a decision in the best interest of the child and your family. Watch the video now to learn more.
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