Move-Away Cases in Thousand Oaks
Relocating with Children
Divorces involving children are much more complex than those without children.
Even after a
divorce has already been finalized, and issues such as
child custody and
child support have been determined, issues may still arise. This is particularly true
in move-away cases, where a custodial parent desires or has the need to
relocate to a distant location and take their child with them.
This can be a problem when the noncustodial parent still has visitation
rights and the relocation affects their court-ordered right to visit their
child. If you are facing the difficult and sensitive situation of a move-away
case, speak with a Westlake Village divorce attorney as soon as possible
to discuss your options. The relocation could be necessary due to loss
of income or an inability to afford the current location, or it could
be to pursue a new job opportunity or to be nearer to family members.
Parents who are seeking to relocate may be able to obtain a court order
modification to alter the noncustodial parent's visitation order to
accommodate the move. On the other hand, a noncustodial parent may need
to fight a modification and prevent the other parent from relocating and
harming the other parent's relationship with their child. Speak with
an attorney from Richard Ross Associates in any of these situations for
the legal assistance you need.
Retain a Westlake Village Divorce Lawyer
Need an attorney to represent your move-away case in Westlake Village,
CA? Richard Ross Associates is more than qualified to help you fight for
a court order modification, or to fight against one if it will be detrimental
to your interests and to the best interests of the child or children involved.
Attorney Ross has practiced law for over 30 years and is a certified specialist
in family law. Our Westlake Village and
Thousand Oaks divorce attorneys serve all of Ventura County.
Contact our firm today for the experienced and effective legal representation you need
in a move-away case.