Relocation and Divorce

How Relocation Affects Your Rights

Even after a divorce settlement or judgment has been entered, further issues and complications may arise in the future due to one party's need to relocate. Moving after a divorce can be problematic for the non-moving if that parent has visitation rights or joint custody. Relocating a great distance away from the other parent could make it impossible to honor your divorce order and infringe upon the non-moving parent's rights. In cases such as this, a court order of modification may allow for relocation and a change in the visitation schedule. Hire a Long Island divorce attorney from Samuelson Hause & Samuelson, LLP right away to take the first step in requesting a modification.

On the other hand, you may be a parent with joint custody or a non-custodial parent facing the relocation of the other parent with your child. You have rights that cannot be ignored, so don't hesitate to retain capable representation from one of our skilled lawyers. We will defend against a harmful modification to ensure your ability to maintain your relationship with your children. Contact our offices today to learn more

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Samuelson Hause & Samuelson, LLP has more than a century of combined experience in divorce and family law. No matter what marital or family law issue you are facing, we can help. Our firm was named a Tier 1 Family Law Firm by U.S. News and World Report and was selected for inclusion in New York Super Lawyers®. Schedule your free initial phone consultation with a member of our firm right away to discuss your legal options. We have helped countless other clients in successful cases, so contact us.

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