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Relocation After Divorce is Not Uncommon

Studies have shown that approximately 25% of all custodial parents will move within the first two years after a divorce. Relocation after divorce is not uncommon and there are many different reasons why people decide to move. Sometimes job opportunities arise or being close to family can help expedite the healing process after a divorce. If your divorce decree has specific guidelines for spousal support or child custody and visitation, it may be difficult to try to move away from the area where your divorce took place.

Looking for a family lawyer for your relocation case in Rancho Cucamonga?

If you and your ex cannot agree upon the move (whether they are moving or you are moving), it is important that you try to speak with a mediator before entering in a court proceeding. Modifications to your divorce decree may be granted from a judge, but it may be more difficult to achieve a permanent modification if children are involved between the two of you. Gathering necessary evidence to support your move may greatly benefit your claim; such as proof that the move will be more financially stable for you, you are remarrying or there is a stronger support system at the new location. If you are still facing obstacles, you should contact an attorney.

The Law Office of Stephanie J. Squires & Associates, APLC

Need a family lawyer for a relocation case in Rancho Cucamonga? Do you have questions about your move? By working with my firm, together we will build a strong case to prove that your move is viable and to the benefit of you, your ex-spouse and your children. Sometimes, "unstable" moves such as military moves will be determined to be negative to a child's well-being and a judge may favor the custody of a child to a more "permanent" parent.

You should never have to worry about losing your children or visitation rights because of a move. Long summer vacations and school holidays can be sufficient to support a move and still retain parental rights. I understand that each situation is unique and will work with you to achieve the best outcome available. Contact The Law Office of Stephanie J. Squires & Associates, APLC today to speak with a family law attorney.

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