Trusted Relocation, Custody And Visitation Lawyers
Parents who wish to move out of the area with their children must file a Notice of Intent to Relocate the Children. Often, the other parent does not want the children to be moved and must file an Objection to the Relocation of the Children. The parents then face a proceeding to modify their final parenting plan that can be more upsetting than when the parents’ final parenting plan was originally established.
- Since the relocation statute went into effect in 2000, we at Lutz & Associates, P.S., have been fearlessly representing clients who wish to relocate with their children or those who face the possibility that their children will be moved away from them. No matter what the situation, we can help. Our exceptional family law attorneys and staff have many years of experience handling these types of cases. We are sensitive to your needs and to the nature of the case.
- When parents wish to relocate with their children or object to such a relocation, the children face the possible loss of significant time with the parent who does not move. The legal issues of the relocation law are complicated. We work to ensure that our clients understand this complicated process and are able to address the legal requirements. If the relocation of the children is permitted or a parent chooses to relocate without the children, we work to make sure that custody and visitation rights are preserved.
- In some cases, parents may wonder how they can prepare to relocate children or object to any future attempt to relocate children before their final parenting plan is established. We can help you draft your final parenting plan to address the issue of future relocation.
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Click here to contact a relocation, custody and visitation lawyer at Lutz & Associates, P.S.. You can also call us at 253-292-5939, or text our Tacoma office at 253-471-7774. We can assess your specific case and needs. From this assessment, we can provide you with a realistic picture of the possible outcomes to your case. Let us use our experience to efficiently and effectively pursue your custody and visitation case. We look forward to speaking with you about your individual case.