Category: Move-aways

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What Happens if a Court Denies a Move-away?

Move-aways

Move-away issues arise when a parent has sole or joint custody of a child and wants to move far away, interfering with current custody and visitation provisions. Whether the move is to the other side of the same county, or to another state, court permission may be required. Move-away cases…

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Preparing For a Move-away In California

Move-aways

Move-away issues ordinarily arise in a divorce or parentage case after a child custody order has been entered, and the custodial parent seeks the court’s permission to relocate with the children to another area. California law is well established that if a move-away order is sought in an initial child…