Family Law Attorneys Who Understand Relocation Issues

Relocation refers to a situation where one parent wishes to move to a new location and the move impacts the other parent's custody.

Pennsylvania Child Relocation Attorney

In the last couple of years, there have been several changes in the way the Pennsylvania family courts examine the issue of relocation. Relocation cases come up when one parent wants to relocate to another county or state. In the absence of an agreement, the relocating party must follow a specific procedure to notify the other party of the intention to move and seek court approval.

While this can seem daunting, our office can help you navigate the entire relocation process from start to finish; filing all paperwork and keeping track of all deadlines. By shouldering some of the burden, you can focus on what is really important, which is planning for your family's future.

Montgomery County Relocation Lawyer

The family courts take relocating seriously. If you are the relocating parent, you have the burden of persuading the court to grant relocation. If you are the noncustodial parent, you need a lawyer's help to demonstrate to the court that the move would be detrimental to your child or your parental rights. You do not want to be penalized for not following the proper process under the law or lose time with your child.

Parents who wish to relocate or who are opposed to the relocation of the other parent are encouraged to seek counsel. Contact Previtera & Schimmel in Philadelphia, today to set up a initial consultation to discuss your options. Call today at 800-580-9136.