Northern Virginia Parental Relocation Attorney
When the custodial or non-custodial parent decides to move, whether it is out of state or even to another city in Virginia, it can present legal complications. Court orders like visitation and child custody may need to be modified for such a move to occur, making it advisable to talk with an attorney if you or the other parent is considering a move.
Whether you are the custodial parent interested in moving, or you are a non-custodial parent who desires to stop a move from happening, our firm can help you understand what your legal options are.
How It Affects The Child
The court will want to know how the move will affect the child. Will it be beneficial? Or is it only beneficial to the parent? In most cases, if the move cannot be demonstrated to benefit the child, the court will usually deny the relocation.
Attorney Aaren Lane Gibson can work with you to understand the challenges you are going to face with the court, and how to overcome those challenges.
If you are anywhere in Northern Virginia, including Alexandria, Arlington, Falls Church, Fairfax County, Prince William County and Loudoun County, please contact The Lane Law Firm today to discuss your relocation case.