Relocation and Move-Away Cases in Mesa
Work With A Mesa Divorce Lawyer
If you have recently thought about moving away from the city, county, or
state where your divorce was finalized, you may be facing significant
hurdles. At Liszewski Law Group, PLLC we understand that, sometimes, life
requires you to move, especially after a divorce; however, you may need
legal assistance to ensure that your rights are protected and that you
are able to make the necessary changes that you want to make without violating
an existing court order. When you work with our firm, we can assist you
throughout the relocation process and provide you with information regarding
child custody and visitation orders.
What do you need to do when you want to move away after a divorce?
Are you the primary custodial parent? If so, you will need to make sure
that you notify the non-custodial parent that you are planning to move
with the child. This move could cause complications with existing court
orders, but obtaining
modifications can help resolve any issues.
When you work with a lawyer from our office, we can help you notify the
other parent of your intention to move and draft a petition to relocate.
We can guide you through the process of creating a long-distance parenting
plan and aggressively represent you should your move be contested. We
always keep in mind your wishes and your child's best interests and
can develop personalized solution to your specific case.
Why do you need an attorney for a relocation case?
When you choose to work with a lawyer from our team, we can thoroughly
review your situation and make sure that your rights are protected throughout
the case. We strive to keep our clients informed from the beginning to
the end of the case and we will always work to provide legal strategies
that can facilitate the resolutions that you deserve. For more information
about how working with a Mesa divorce lawyer from our firm can benefit
you, schedule your
free, in-person consultation with our team.
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