What Factors Are Considered In A Custody Relocation Case?
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By: David Bliven, Esq.
Published: April 5, 2022
Parent’s reasons for seeking or opposing the move;
The quality of the relationships between the child and the Custodial and noncustodial parents;
The impact of the move on the quantity and quality of the child’s future contact with the noncustodial parent;
The degree to which the custodial parent’s and child’s life may be enhanced economically, emotionally and educationally by the move;
The feasibility of preserving the relationship between the noncustodial parent and child through suitable visitation arrangements;
ANY OTHER FACTORS/FACTS WHICH CLIENT THINKS IS RELEVANT FOR THE COURT EITHER GRANTING – OR DENYING – THE RELOCATION (INCLUDING THE ORIGINAL CUSTODY FACTORS, ESPECIALLY TO THE EXTENT THERE’S BEEN A SUBSTANTIAL CHANGE FROM THE ORIGINAL CUSTODY DETERMINATION).