Relocation and child custody
When it comes to child custody, there are all sorts of issues that must be taken into consideration, such as the best interests of the child, paternity and whether or not the child's parents were married, to name just a few. However, relocation can also play a role in child custody matters and it is imperative for parents who are dealing with this to understand how relocating may affect them. At Just Law, we work hard to help parents who are fighting for their custody rights in Salt Lake City, and other parts of Utah.
After separating from their spouse, some parents may have a strong desire to move somewhere else and start a new life. As if moving isn't complicated enough for many people, a difficult divorce can leave parents feeling drained and stressed out. For those who are already overwhelmed, thinking about legal issues may feel challenging, but it is critical for parents to understand how relocation could affect them in terms of child custody and take the right approach to moving. By taking the right steps forward, parents can increase the likelihood of securing an outcome that is positive for both them and their children.
From enrolling children in a new school to starting a job and enjoying a fresh outlook on life, relocation can be very rewarding for parents who have recently split up with their spouse. Having said that, parents should not overlook any important considerations regarding relocation and should always be prepared. If you would like to review more information on this subject, feel free to visit the section of our site that covers paternity and child custody.