Relocation Attorney in Austin
Protecting Your Child's Best Interest When One Parent Desires to Move
After a divorce, it is not uncommon for one half of the couple to relocate to a new area. From wanting to live closer to family, getting a new job, or simply looking for distance from hard memories, there are many valid reasons for such a move. However, deciding which involved parent the children should live with and the best way to preserve a relationship with the other parent can be incredibly challenging.
Securing the option to move away with your children can be raised while the process for the original case is still in progress. This agreement is known as a geographic designation that allows the parent with primary custody to relocate with the child. It can also be brought up as a modification action requesting the court to change the geographic restriction to permit the primary parent to move with the child later. Either way, an Austin attorney can help you understand your rights, the challenges you may face, and the best way to pursue the outcome you desire.
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