Relocation and Move Away
Does a new job, a family commitment or other circumstance have you curious about options regarding relocation with your minor child or children? Custodial parents must notify the non-moving parent. The non-moving parent has the right to object to the relocation of their child farther away. Reddin & Singer, LLP provides experienced legal guidance to parents who wish to relocate with their children, as well as parents who are opposing unfair relocation.Reasonable rates, and we accept most major credit cardsFree consultation about your child relocation issues
Contact us today to schedule your free consultation regarding child relocation and move away.Do you want to relocate with your minor child or children?
At Reddin & Singer, LLP, we want our clients to understand the process of obtaining approval, and to go about the relocation correctly. If you want to relocate out of state or more than 149 miles from the non-moving parent in Wisconsin, you are required to provide the non-moving parent with notice. The parent must provide notice within 60 days of the desired move away.Do you object to the relocation of your minor child or children?
Our attorneys assist parents who are in opposition to the other party relocating out of state or more than 149 miles from their residence. You have 15 days to file an objection to the relocation. The objection is served on the other parent and is filed in court.
We can advocate for your rights and the best interests of your children. In some situations, relocation may be in the best interests of the children. In other situations, contesting the relocation can result in favorable results. Whatever your situation is, Reddin & Singer, LLP is here to help. Contact us today to schedule your free consultation.