One of the realities of modern society is that parents often desire to relocate. This is a particularly delicate issue when faced by divorced couples who have a Custody Order or Parenting Plan regarding their children.
How does parental relocation work?
Commonly, the distance that one parent desires to move would make the existing Order unreasonable to follow.
Oregon and Washington dictate what procedures must be followed when a parent is attempting to move or, conversely, attempting to block the move of the other parent.
The parent who does not have the majority of residential time often seeks our services to try to stop the intended relocation of the other parent, or to assist in negotiating or litigating a new Parenting Plan that is reasonable under the new circumstances.
However, a parent with most residential time with their children may need our assistance following the correct procedure to allow the move to happen.
Goldberg Jones recognizes the impact relocation can have on the most important thing… time with your children. We are equipped to look after your concerns and try to maximize the situation within the constraints of each State’s laws regarding relocation.
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