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When children are involved in a divorce or separation, complications and disagreements are likely to arise. The repercussions of such conflicts on the child or children can be very upsetting. Custody issues, child support, and visitation of the non-custodial parent are added concerns that need to be taken very seriously.
When a divorce is finalized, or a separation agreement is notarized, the specific conditions revolving around child custody and visitation are deemed to be in the best interest of the child at the time; however, the needs and interests of children and parents can change. If you need to relocate with your child, talk to our Long Island relocation attorneys. We can assist clients with relocation petitions, creating new custody/visitation agreements, as well as represent parties who wish to object to another parent's relocation request. Whether you are relocating out of state or across state, our Long Island family law firm can guide you through the process and help ease your transition to the next phase of your life.
If you have questions about relocation laws in New York, don't hestitate to contact Hedayati Law Group P.C. today to start discussing your situation. Serving clients in Melville, Manhattan, and Southampton!
Common points of consideration include, but are not limited to:
- The reason that either parent is seeking a relocation
- The type of relationship that the child has with each parent
- The potential impact on their bond with a non-custodial parent
- How the move will affect the child’s future
If both parents are not able to come to an agreement, the Court will make the final decision regarding relocation. If each parent is willing to compromise and come to an agreement, mediation may be used.
At Hedayati Law Group P.C, our team of knowledgeable and distinguished Long Island relocation attorneys can assist you if you are looking to relocate, looking to prevent relocation of the custodial parent of your child, or are looking to modify the terms of an existing divorce or separation agreement.
If you feel that you need a knowledgeable and honest team of Long Island relocation lawyers, then give our friendly team a call and come in for a FREE confidential consultation.