The court follows the relocation act when determining if a child will be allowed to move with a parent
When a parenting plan has been entered, the primary parent needs to provide notice to the other parent before relocating. If relocating within the same school district, notice is simple. However, if relocating outside the school district, the process is more complicated. The primary parent either has to have the agreement of the other parent to relocate or the primary parent must prevail in court for the move to be permitted.
The court follows the relocation act when determining if a child will be allowed to move with a parent. The court relies on 11 factors to make its decision.
The same factors apply for both a primary parent and a parent with 50/50 custody. The court looks at the following issues when determining if a child may relocate with a parent:
Schedule an Appointment
Whether you wish to relocate with your child or you wish to stop your child’s relocation, please contact the firm and we can schedule an appointment discuss how best to move forward.
Use the form below or call us at (425) 318-2636.