Let's face it - living in San Diego is expensive. This has forced many parents to consider moving out of the county or even the state all together. There are many motivations behind wanting to move, ranging from employment opportunities to a cheaper, more affordable location. However, if the moving parent shares custody of their child with another California resident, moving is not as simple. Typically, the moving parent must have the other parent's written approval to move with the child out of the County of San Diego, or a court order. Edwards Family Law, A.P.C. has experience obtaining move-away orders for the moving parent as well as defending against the request for the non-moving parent.
When you connect with a skilled and experienced relocation lawyer from Edwards Family Law, A.P.C., you can rest assured that your case will be handled with care. We understand that a relocation request can come with many stressors, complexities, and sometimes the need for a strong defense in the case of abuse. We want to help you move forward with this new chapter of life with as little stress as possible.
When you are battling for custody of your children, we can help you create an airtight argument that will illustrate why you should be the primary caretaker for your children.
To learn more about our helpful services and receive a consultation, contact us today at 619-887-4688.
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