When divorced parents share custody of a child, parent relocation can be a tricky issue. If a parent needs to move, and the move disrupts the current custody arrangement, then the parents will need to acquire a new custody order and new visitation arrangements. In California, if a custodial parents wants to move away with… Continue reading →
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Amy Montes on Monday, August 11th, 2014
Posted in California law, Child visitation, Children, Parental Relocation | Comments Off on Work is Moving Me Out of State, Will I Lose Custody of my Children?
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