Sometimes, You Need To Move Locations To Move Forward
Life changes — such as a new job or remarriage — often require one parent to travel or relocate. This big move not only affects you, but your children as well. If you have a shared parenting arrangement in Florida with an ex-partner and you want your child to move with you, you will need to receive permission from a Florida court.
If you are looking to relocation outside of 50 miles of your current home address, Florida law requires that you request such a relocation through the court system. This family law proceeding is very technical, and many things can go wrong if you do not follow the requirements perfectly.
Seek The Assistance Of An Experienced And Skilled Attorney In Your Area
At the Law Office of Michael D. Weinstock, P.A., in Niceville, we have helped clients throughout the Panhandle with child and parent relocation and move-away requests for a number of years. We know how to present your request to the court in a manner that best fits within the Florida statute requirements and that has the best chance of approval.
We are very familiar with the applicable statutes and requirements, and can use this familiarity to help you seamlessly navigate through the relocation process. As your relocation can affect parenting time, a court hearing is required in most cases. We will meticulously prepare all necessary documentation — including service of process, any petitions and the order — as well as represent you in any hearings.
Members of the armed forces often must deal with parent/child relocation situations. Whether you have just completed a military divorce process or have received a promotion for a job in another state, we can help you.
No matter your unique situation, let a lawyer from the Niceville Law Office of Michael D. Weinstock, P.A., guide you through the process. Call us locally at 850-389-4025 or toll free at 866-526-6762. You may also email us directly and confidentially.
For your convenience, we offer evening and weekend appointments upon request. Additionally, a member of our trained legal staff is available 24/7 in the event of an urgent situation.