If you co-parent with your child’s other parent, you might be wondering if they can move away with your child. The answer to that question is complex as there are many variables that are considered by the court when making that determination. Thankfully, Kendall, Gkikas & Mitchell, LLP are here to help. Keep reading to learn more about move-away petitions and how Kendall, Gkikas & Mitchell, LLP can help you challenge one.
Can my child’s other parent move away with our child?
Yes, your child’s other parent can move away with your child. However, in order to do so, they must file a move-away petition and have the request granted by the court.
What do the courts consider when analyzing a move-away petition?
When looking at move-away petitions, the court will always act in the best interest of the child. They consider many aspects to determine what is in fact, the best scenario for the child. The aspects they consider are the age of the child, the child’s relationship with both parents, how the non-custodial parent’s access to the child will be impacted by a move, and how the move will impact the child’s well-being and emotional stability.
What is the best way to respond to a move-away petition?
If you are going to challenge a move-away petition, you need to convince the court that a move is not in the best interest of the child. This can be done several different ways, but hiring a family law attorney is the best way to increase your chances of having your move-away petition challenge accepted. Thankfully, Kendall, Gkikas & Mitchell, LLP is here to help you challenge a move-away petition.
Kendal Gkikas & Mitchell, LLP can help you challenge a move-away petition!
If you are going to challenge a move away petition you need to make the best case possible to do so. Knowing what the court will take into account when ruling on a move away petition is essential and that is why you need an experienced family law attorney like Kendall Gkikas & Mitchell, LLC on your side. With 27 years of experience, we have handled countless move away petition cases and would be happy to work with you to challenge a move away petition that would take your child farther away from you. Give us a call today at 909-482-1422 to set up your initial consultation with our team.
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