Will I be able to move away with my child after a divorce?
Except in situations where one parent is considered by the court to pose a danger to the welfare of a child or is otherwise thought to be unfit for partial custody or visitation, an effort is always made to ensure the equitable division of a child’s time. Given this committed principle, there are likely to be repercussions for any unapproved relocations that would take a child far away from a functional and engaged parent.
In the event of a desirable job offer or other justifiable motivation for the move, it may be possible to request and receive permission to move with a child out-of-state or across a significant distance. Contact the Fort Lauderdale child custody lawyers of Eric N. Klein & Associates, P.A. at 954-580-8080 to discuss your situation with an experienced attorney.