What Happens When a Parent Wishes to Relocate?

After a child custody order has been established, the specific details regarding custody cannot be altered unless a drastic change in circumstances of one of the parents arises - if, for instance, one parent wants to move out of state. Child and parental relocation, is complex and time consuming, requiring the attention of an attorney that understands the process through which a custody order may be modified to allow the relocation to occur.

At the Law Office of Amy L. Beauchaine, we provide comprehensive child custody and relocation representation to clients located in Orange County, Seminole County, Lake County and Osceola County. Our office is conveniently located in downtown Orlando, and we strive to help individuals and families effectively deal with their child and parental relocation issues.

If you are considering or planning for a move, it is important that you get in touch with our office as soon as possible. There are many legal processes and procedures that must be accomplished to ensure that the relocation process is completed correctly. This will take some time; having our firm on your side at the beginning of the process can help ensure that is the complex process is properly navigated.

If you need help with child and parental relocation matters, contact us at (407) 571-6908, or by email.

In addition to handling cases for clients seeking to relocate, our firm represents clients who are attempting to stop another parent from moving away with their child. These can be complicated actions and require the assistance of an experienced child and parental relocation lawyer.

Handling only family law cases, attorney Amy L. Beauchaine has over 20 years of legal experience. She is a former senior attorney at the Department of Children and Families and has been involved in numerous situations where custody was at the heart of the case.

Timing Is Important in Relocation Matters. Contact Us for Solid Advice.

To speak with child and parental relocation attorney Amy L. Beauchaine, or to schedule a consultation at our office in Orlando, Florida, call us at (407) 571-6908, or contact us online.