A “move away” is a parent’s request to
relocate outside the County of San Diego, the State of
California or the United States.
In deciding whether to grant a move away request the
Court of your jurisdiction will perform an analysis on what
is in the children(s) best interest(s). There are many
factors the court will consider.
It should be noted that once divorce proceeding
have begun, both parties are automatically restrained from
removing the minor children from the State (and usually the
County once temporary custody orders are entered) without
written consent of the other party or court order.
When a parent requests re-location, there are
specific documents and information the courts will require.
Mr. Ratzer is well-versed on what you will be required in
your case once a thorough evaluation is performed.
In any move-away case in California, planning is
essential. For experienced counsel and representation,
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