With an evolving globalized economy, more people are forced to relocate for their jobs or find a different career field altogether. Sometimes relocation is necessary after remarriage for a spouse's job. If you are considering relocation, but you have a parenting time or custody order in the state of Florida, it is important to know your rights before you proceed. At Nardi & Nardi, P.A., our attorneys offer individuals seeking to relocate and secondary residential parents strategic advocacy to pursue or prevent the relocation of a child.
Protect your rights, your family, and your future. Call now at (407) 478-0074 or contact us by email for experienced legal advocacy you can trust.
Courts will handle relocation in the context of an initial order, a divorce decree or as part of a post-judgment modification. If you are seeking to relocate, we can help you collect the necessary evidence to justify your modification and argue your case before a family court judge. We also work with parents seeking to prevent the relocation of their child. We are experienced in cases involving:
- Out-of-state moves
- International relocation
- The child custody and child support ramifications of a move-away
- Parental relocation
After an original parenting plan or custody order is made, substantial changes in circumstances may render that order obsolete. However, if you need to relocate, you must either get the permission of the secondary residential parent or the court to proceed. The courts will usually grant modifications if there is a significant change in circumstances. It is also the burden of the relocating party to demonstrate that the move is in the best interests of the child.Experienced Advocacy, Comprehensive Support
Family law disputes can become very complex, emotionally fraught, and lead to difficult situations for both parties and their children. Our priority is to help clients devise appropriate results without facing the costs and burden of extended litigation. Through strategic advocacy and focused negotiations, our goal is to develop creative, mutually agreeable solutions that will give your family lasting security.
Call us at (407) 478-0074 today to speak directly with an experienced Orlando, Florida, lawyer at Nardi & Nardi, P.A. or contact us by email if you have a question about your case.
Free consultations in bankruptcy and personal injury . Accessible from both Orange and Seminole counties . Located conveniently off of I-4 . Parking available . Credit cards accepted . Servicios del intérprete disponibles