Most divorcing couples and divorced parties (and parties to paternity cases) know that if they move (or “relocate” in legal parlance) during or after a
Going through a divorce or raising a child who was born outside of a marriage comes with unique challenges for custodial and non-custodial parents alike.
Most of us will have multiple jobs during our work career. The days of starting, working for and retiring with a company are mostly past.
In the 1960s and 1970s, a parent and the kids would sometimes go on “vacation” and while away, the spouse with the children would file
Perhaps everyone who reads this blog will agree that routine and “sameness” are considered aspects of our daily life. The old adage, “change is hard”,
Jobs and relationships (significant others) are in a constant state of change in today’s digital world. However, in cases where two parents share custody or
Custody is initially determined by the courts in divorce or paternity by considering statutory factors, including the age of the child, his/her adjustment to their
A number of our blogs over time have discussed the “how to” of a good faith relocation. Unfortunately, sometimes a parent gets blinded by the
In 2006, the Legislature passed a “relocation statute” to provide guidance to the courts on how the courts should address a parent who wants to
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