Parental Relocation Cases And Child Custody

Relocating with your children post separation or divorce is a complex process in North Carolina. Many parents relocate for an employment or educational opportunity or to be closer to family. Relocation disputes can be frustrating for everyone involved.

Parental relocation cases require an in-depth knowledge of the family law system. The attorneys at Plumides, Romano, Johnson & Cacheris, PC, have the experience and skill to carefully review your situation to determine the next best steps to take.

We have represented parents on both sides of move-away cases. We understand how difficult this process can be, but it is necessary to follow the legal procedures to protect your family now and in the future. However, several factors are considered in relocation cases before a decision is made.

When Can You Relocate With Your Children?

You can relocate with your children after divorce if you have an agreement with the other parent or with the court's permission. Relocating without an agreement or court approval can result in more legal problems in the future and could even impact your child custody or visitation rights.

Our lawyers know what factors are considered in child relocation disputes. Attorneys Michael Romano and Richard B. Johnson are board-certified specialists in family law in North Carolina. We will protect your rights and help you understand all of your options in order to make the best decision for you and your children.

Work With Our Lawyers

It is best to work with a lawyer as soon as you or your ex starts to think about moving. We can start addressing your concerns and helping you navigate the family law system so your relationship with your children is protected.

Call our law firm at or , or contact us online to see how we can help. We provide personalized, hands-on legal advice you can trust.