Helping Divorced Parents Work Through A Relocation
In today’s mobile society, it is not uncommon for people to move far distances for work, remarriage or other circumstances.
When this move involves children of divorced parents who have a final divorce decree, it can cause complications with custody and visitation matters.
If you are a divorced parent who wishes to relocate, you must obtain approval from the court or the other parent. In Colorado, the distance you can relocate depends on your parenting plan and to what degree you share custody with the other parent.
A Lawyer Representing Either Parent In Relocation Matters
At Warkentine Law Office, attorney Brent Warkentine has extensive experience helping parents with child custody and visitation schedules of all types, including those involving a parental relocation.
Brent assists parents in Broomfield who wish to relocate and parents who will be affected by a relocation. With over 20 years of experience, he knows the law and has assisted many people in similar situations. While Brent Warkentine will make every effort to settle your case outside of court, he also is a skilled litigator who will fight for you at the relocation hearing.
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Relocation is not always easy, especially if it is necessary. We know how the legal system works, and we can use our vast experience to advocate for you.