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Relocation Issues

Life’s circumstances invariably change. We are a transient society, and it is not uncommon for a person to relocate from Maryland due to job opportunities, remarriage, change of duty stations (for military personnel), or other compelling reasons. However, when such a relocation includes minor children of separated or divorced parents, a number of complexities arise. Few legal disputes are as emotionally charged as relocation cases involving minor children.

Whether you are the parent intending to relocate out-of-state with the minor children – or the parent seeking to maintain care of the children here in Maryland – our Annapolis family law attorneys at Trainor, Billman, Bennett & Milko will skillfully protect your interests during this difficult process. We will always keep the interests of your children in mind while working toward the best possible resolution for your family. However, due to the intricate and time-sensitive aspects of relocation cases, it is critical that you contact us at the earliest possible time that you believe relocation may become an issue. We provided experienced counsel and representation to parents facing relocation issues throughout the state of Maryland and the Eastern Shore.

Assisting Parents in Finding a Solution

A relocation case can cause much friction between the parents, especially if the underlying separation and/or divorce was contentious. One parent may or may not have legitimate reasons for wanting to move, while the other parent may rightfully or wrongfully believe that the relocation is merely a ploy to interfere with his or her relationship with the children. We provide insightful and strong representation that is designed to protect your interests in such situations.

Whenever possible, we will assist our clients in helping to achieve a resolution that does not cause further conflict. Child access schedules can sometimes be modified to account and make-up for lost time that would otherwise be caused by the relocation. Furthermore, child support arrangements can be modified to adjust for increased travel expenses. However, if an amicable solution cannot be achieved, our family law attorneys will aggressively advocate your interests in any relocation litigation.

Contact Our Family Lawyers Immediately if You Believe You Have a Relocation Issue

Time is of the essence when it comes to a relocation matter. If you believe that you or your ex-spouse might be moving – and that a custody, visitation, or child support dispute may ensue – contact our family law attorneys online or call us at 410-280-1700 to schedule an appointment. Our offices are located in downtown Annapolis, just steps from the courthouse, with readily accessible parking.

Relocation Issues

Life’s circumstances invariably change. We are a transient society, and it is not uncommon for a person to relocate from Maryland due to job opportunities, remarriage, change of duty stations (for military personnel), or other compelling reasons. However, when such a relocation includes minor children of separated or divorced parents, a number of complexities arise. Few legal disputes are as emotionally charged as relocation cases involving minor children.

Whether you are the parent intending to relocate out-of-state with the minor children – or the parent seeking to maintain care of the children here in Maryland – our Annapolis family law attorneys at Trainor, Billman, Bennett & Milko will skillfully protect your interests during this difficult process. We will always keep the interests of your children in mind while working toward the best possible resolution for your family. However, due to the intricate and time-sensitive aspects of relocation cases, it is critical that you contact us at the earliest possible time that you believe relocation may become an issue. We provided experienced counsel and representation to parents facing relocation issues throughout the state of Maryland and the Eastern Shore.

Assisting Parents in Finding a Solution

A relocation case can cause much friction between the parents, especially if the underlying separation and/or divorce was contentious. One parent may or may not have legitimate reasons for wanting to move, while the other parent may rightfully or wrongfully believe that the relocation is merely a ploy to interfere with his or her relationship with the children. We provide insightful and strong representation that is designed to protect your interests in such situations.

Whenever possible, we will assist our clients in helping to achieve a resolution that does not cause further conflict. Child access schedules can sometimes be modified to account and make-up for lost time that would otherwise be caused by the relocation. Furthermore, child support arrangements can be modified to adjust for increased travel expenses. However, if an amicable solution cannot be achieved, our family law attorneys will aggressively advocate your interests in any relocation litigation.

Contact Our Family Lawyers Immediately if You Believe You Have a Relocation Issue

Time is of the essence when it comes to a relocation matter. If you believe that you or your ex-spouse might be moving – and that a custody, visitation, or child support dispute may ensue – contact our family law attorneys online or call us at 410-280-1700 to schedule an appointment. Our offices are located in downtown Annapolis, just steps from the courthouse, with readily accessible parking.

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