The term “relocation,” as it relates to a divorce or child custody matter, means a change in the location of the principal residence of a parent or other person from his or her principal place of residence.
In Indiana, anyone who is subject to a custody order, parenting time order, grandparent visitation order, or child support order must file a notice with the court of their intent to relocate. If you are subject to such an order and are considering relocation, it is extremely important to discuss these issues with an attorney before making any firm relocation plans.
If there is disagreement on these issues, and the moving parent proves to the Court that the move is for legitimate reason and in good faith, the burden is then on the parent objecting to the move to show the Court that the move is not in the best interest of the child(ren).
Halcomb Singler, LLP, in Carmel, can help you navigate this complex, and often contentious, area of law, and advocate vigorously for your parental rights.
If you are considering relocation, or have been served with a notice to relocate by another parent, call our Carmel location today at (317) 575-8222 to set up a consultation with a knowledgeable attorney regarding these issues. There are strict time limitations in this area of law, so it is important to seek legal counsel on these matters as soon as possible. Halcomb Singler has a Carmel divorce attorney who will be the right fit for your case.
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