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Minor Child Relocation Attorney - Lawyer


Winter Haven - Lakeland Child Relocation Attorney - Lawyer, providing professional Minor Child Relocation, Divorce, and Family Law Attorney - Lawyer legal services in Winter Haven, Lakeland, Bartow, and Polk County Florida.


Often referred to as "Parent Relocation", in essence the legal process of one parent choosing to move beyond the 50 mile radius of most child custody court orders actually refers to the relocation of the child, or children as the primary residential parent moves out of the designated zone of the court order.

A parenting plan which has been approved by the court and specifies the existing court orders regarding explicit detailed rights, responsibilities, logistical considerations, and limitations concerning each divorced parent's access to the children. Stipulations may or not exist in the court order which allows some minor adjustments as needed if circumstances change over a period of time.

When a parent who has primary custody of a child, or children, chooses to move outside of the designated approved geographical radius of the other parent the regular access and visitation between the child and the non-custodial parent will be be affected.

As a law firm providing experienced child relocation attorney & lawyer legal services, assisting Winter Haven, Lakeland, Bartow, and Polk County Florida residents with child relocation legal issues, we are committed to protecting the legal rights of each and every client, while always striving to provide the highest standard of legal representation.

If you require the legal advice and representation regarding child relocation or other family law issues, make sure your legal rights are protected by seeking the legal advice of an experienced Winter Haven - Lakeland child relocation attorney & lawyer. Contact the office of Shelley H. Shelton, P.A., at (863) 298-0606 to schedule a confidential legal consultation.

It is important to know that often times your ability to relocate with the child, or children often hinges if the non-custodial parent agrees to not contest the petition to relocate, if they choose to contest the relocation, as well as how hard they my fight to block the relocation of their children.

While the relationship of the child with both parents is important, the court will, first and foremost, consider what is in the best interest of the child.

The court will consider a number of statutory factors in determining if they should approve or disapprove allowing a parent seeking to relocate out of  the existing designated geographical area or out of state with the child. Considering various factors is essential in ensuring a parent does not move without consideration of the overall best interests of his or her children. Some of these factors factors include, but are not limited to:

  • Adherence with the current custody parenting and visitation plan;

  • The relationship between the child and the non-moving parent;

  • The financial and emotional stability of the parents;

  • Age of child, or children;

  • The ability to modify the Parenting Plan and Timesharing plan;

  • The amount of time the non-moving parent has with the child.

For more information regarding the relocation of a child, contact Shelley H. Shelton, P.A., today by calling (863) 298-0606.

Shelley H. Shelton, P.A., aggressively defends the legal rights of those involved in child relocation or other family law disputes in Winter Haven, Lakeland, Bartow, and the entire Polk County Florida area.

If you require professional legal services regarding Child Relocation or other Family Law issues, make sure your legal rights are protected by seeking the legal advice of an experienced Winter Haven - Lakeland Child Relocation Attorney & Lawyer. Contact Shelley H. Shelton, P.A., today by calling (863) 298-0606.


Winter Haven - Lakeland Child Relocation Attorney - Lawyer, providing professional Minor Child Relocation, Divorce, and Family Law Attorney - Lawyer legal services in Winter Haven, Lakeland, Bartow, and Polk County Florida.

 
 

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