Relocation Attorney in Indiana
Want to petition for or block a relocation? Call our Indianapolis divorce
Whether you're moving across the state or across the street, Indiana
state law requires all parties involved in
child custody cases to file a formal notice of relocation
at least 90 days prior to the move. If you neglect to file this notice, you run the risk of either forfeiting
your visiting rights to your children, or of forfeiting your custody rights.
Filing this notice helps the court determine whether the proposed move
is in the best interests of the child. Enlist the counsel of our family
law attorneys, serving Indianapolis, Carmel, and all of Central Indiana.
With our help, you can preserve your rights and protect your children.
Want to discuss your case with an Indianapolis family lawyer?
Call us today at (888) 211-3888.
Our legal team shows dedication to protecting all children involved in
a custody matter. Indiana is constantly updating child custody laws, to
ensure that children are receiving the protection they need. The law requires
a notice of relocation in advance, so that the move can be thoroughly
evaluated. This ensures that, if the parent is granted relocation rights,
then that move is in the best interest of the child.
The relocation is evaluated based on many factors, including:
- Distance of the move
- Reasons for relocation
- Impact on the relationship between child and guardian or parent
- Financial burden or strain it may incur
- History of the relationships involved
Indianapolis Divorce Attorneys with You Every Step of the Way
Should the relocating party be granted permission to move, sometimes it
is in the best interest of the child to renegotiate visitation agreements,
child support payments. In this case, it is essential for you to be represented by a
family law attorney with your goals in mind. Don't hesitate in securing
the representation of our team at Hollingsworth & Zivitz. Contact
our office today to see how we can represent your case. We are prepared
to represent the relocating party as well as parties who wish to contest
We want to help you.
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