Relocation

Relocation of Children

Florida Attorney Handling Children Relocation

Once a divorce has become final, your divorce decree stipulates which parent is the custodial parent as well as a visitation schedule/parenting agreement in place to ensure your children have a stable home environment where they get to see both parents on a regular basis. However, life brings many changes to people's lives and it can occur that either you or your ex-spouse may have to move at some point in the future. If this occurs and you are moving more than fifty miles away from your current residence, you are required by Florida statutes to obtain a court order to be able to legally do so, or a written agreement between the ex-spouses. When this becomes necessary it is best to use the services of a Florida Family Law attorney to assist you with the preparation of either the court order or a written agreement. If you are the custodial parent and decide to move without obtaining the proper agreement, you could be held in contempt of court or risk losing your custody status, depending upon the circumstances.

Relocation of Children Attorney in Charlotte County

To prevent undue stress and upset between ex-spouses and children, Florida statutes specifically protect both the parents' and the children's rights when it comes to visitation and custody. At Bogle Law we can help you come to an agreement with your ex-spouse and prepare the proper documentation in order to avoid later conflicts. If for some reason one of the parents refuses to agree to the move, the court will become involved to determine the best course of action for the child.

Our office has extensive experience in helping parents with relocation procedures. We are dedicated and caring attorneys who will do our utmost to ensure you are able to continue to enjoy the company of your children, either as custodial or non-custodial parent. Contact our office today for a initial consultation.

To find out more about our Relocation service, contact Bogle Law.