Attorneys Who Understand Relocation Issues

Legal Experience you Can Trust

Because of today's tough economic times, you may be considering leaving your Central Florida home in search of employment, or to be closer to your family and friends. Although this may represent a new beginning, it can cause major problems for divorced parents who share custody of their children. We represent both custodial and non-custodial parents in child relocation disputes.

Under Florida law, a custodial parent may not relocate more than 50 miles without first giving formal notice to the other parent. Once the non-custodial parent receives the notice, they will have 20 days to either agree or object to the proposed relocation. If the two parents cannot agree to the relocation, a court hearing will be necessary. If that happens, MANY complicated details will need to be worked out. We can help.

Experienced and Professional Relocation Representation

No matter which side you are on, it is extremely important to have a skilled attorney by your side. When dealing with relocation and custody issues, the court always considers what is in the best interest of the child. If the other parent objects, it can be difficult to get relocation approval. However, with the help of the Diaz Family Law Firm, it may be possible to convince the other parent (or, if not, then the court) that relocation is in the child's best interest.

With more than 30 years of experience, we have represented numerous clients facing this emotional and stressful issue. When you come into our office for your FREE initial consultation, we will sit down to discuss the issues you are facing. We will work together to ensure that your rights as a parent and the best interests of your child are preserved and protected.

We will work with you to achieve your goals.

Please call 407-599-9000 to schedule a free initial consultation with David Diaz of the Diaz Family Law Firm.

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