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California Divorce: What Happens When One Parent Wants to Move Away with the Children?

Divorce results in a lot of changes. When parents divorce, those changes ripple through the entire family. Many parents move after a divorce. They may need to downsize, decrease expenses, or put space between their old life and their new life. Many parents change jobs. They may be seeking more stable employment now that they are a one-income household or looking for new opportunities, a higher income, more accommodating hours so they can be home more with their children, etc. Job changes often result in relocating as well. A judge cannot require that a California parent remains in the state…

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Relocating & Modifying Custody and Visitation in California

Relocation is something that everybody experiences at least once in their lives and it’s something that can happen even to a divorced parent.  There could be a range of reasons why a divorced parent might relocate with their kids. They might simply want a change of scene or move closer to friends and family. However, relocation can cause problems for the non-custodial parent, especially in the visitation/custody side of things. When to File The non-custodial parent can file for modification at any time. The court may deem such a modification necessary if it is in line with the child’s best…

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When Can A Custodial Parent Move A Child Out Of State?

During a divorce, parents need to take extra care when they are making custody arrangements for their children. The arrangements and custodial plan should include important aspects like the child’s health, education and welfare. It should also contain the physical presence of the child within a mentioned geographical location to protect the non-custodial parent’s visitation rights. So, what happens when the custodial parent decides to move the child out-of-state for a period of time. According to the California law, a parent cannot do that unless he/she has obtained a court order to do so. If the custodial parent relocates a…

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