Jacksonville Relocation Attorney
One common legal issue that occurs after divorce that will need aggressive legal assistance is that of relocation. In some cases, custodial parents will want to relocate with their child out of the area, which would affect the relationship of the child with the other parent. This is one of the greatest fears of many noncustodial parents. Relocation actions often negatively affect the ability of the other parent to be part of his or her child's life. If you are the parent wanting to relocate out of the area with your child or you are the parent trying to avoid this circumstance, you can get legal help from our Jacksonville lawyers.
Legal Guidance from the Albaugh Law Firm
Under Florida law, there is a series of steps that must be taken by a parent who wants to relocate with his or her child. At the Albaugh Law Firm, we are devoted to helping clients pursue the most advantageous result during each of these steps. No matter what side of the relocation you are on, we have experience helping individuals who have been in your shoes.
If you are the parent hoping to relocate with your child, we can help you comply with the legal requirements and, if necessary, argue your case to the judge. As the parent who has been notified of the relocation by the other party, we can help you file your objection and present your case to the court.
Relocation Cases in Florida
In Florida, relocation cases are often fact based and, for that reason, we understand which facts can lead to a favorable outcome of your case. Florida's Relocation Statute, found under Statute § 61.13001, is complex and demands the close attention of an experienced lawyer. We can help you understand it and how it relates to your situation. If you or the other party is considering relocating with your children, schedule your free case evaluation with our firm.