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Relocating Children In Divorce Agreements
Typical divorce agreements often include stipulations about relocating while having majority custody of shared children. This is meant to ensure that both parents are able to see their children in accordance with their divorce agreement. When one parent is looking to move to a new location outside of the divorce agreement, however, you need an experienced attorney like the ones at Funk & Wendlinger, LLC.
A custody agreement is meant to uphold the best interests of the children involved, which is why we treat things seriously when someone is looking to act outside the initial agreement or to modify the agreement. Our years of experience have taught us how to protect the best interests of the children, as well as our client.
What A Proper Relocation Looks Like
Under Indiana law, if one parent wants to move with their child, they need to first file a notice with the court of their plans to relocate outside of the custody agreement. Once they file a notice, the other parent has an opportunity to object. From there, each parent has a different goal to achieve: the moving parent must prove that the relocation is legitimate, especially if they plan to move out of state, and the remaining parent needs to prove to the court that their interest in parenting time is more important than the move.
No matter what side of things you are on, we can help you by reviewing your case and determining what needs to be done to achieve your goal. In addition to helping your case in typical proceedings, we can also help you when things do not go according to plan. In some cases, the moving parent simply moves without abiding by the agreement. If this happens with you, we know your rights and what to do to protect them.
Uphold The Custody Agreement With An Experienced Attorney
Whether you are trying to move with your children in a divorce or you are trying to keep your children where they belong, we can help you. Contact an Indiana lawyer you can trust to care about your needs and fight to protect them. Call us today at 219-865-0002, or email us here, to schedule an initial consultation at our office in Schererville.
Help For Legal Issues Affecting You And Your Family
Calling an attorney is not always easy. Many people who call an attorney for help are calling because something has gone wrong in their life and they need legal guidance. At Funk & Wendlinger, LLC, we understand that you are facing a difficult challenge, and we are here to help. We practice several areas of law that affect regular people and their families. Our major focus is on criminal defense and family law, but we also help people with estate planning issues, real estate and personal injury.
Criminal Cases Have Much At Stake
Perhaps no other area of law has higher stakes than criminal cases. Our goal is to make sure that you are treated fairly by the judicial system and to reach the best possible outcome for you. Funk & Wendlinger’s criminal law practice concentrates on the following areas:
- CDL & trucking violations
- Driver’s license suspension
- Drug offenses
- DUI/OWI and other traffic offenses
- Expungement/record clearing
- Juvenile crimes
Family Law Is About Protecting What Is Most Important
We also dedicate a large area of our practice to family law matters. These issues go beyond divorce, but all of them mean a major change for your family’s future. We can help you with:
- Child custody/parenting time
- Child support and enforcement
- Divorce & legal separation
- Domestic violence
- Pre- & postnuptial agreements
- Property division and alimony/spousal maintenance
Meeting Your Family’s Legal Needs
Funk & Wendlinger strives to meet all of your family’s legal needs. Although we spend the majority of our caseload on the above practice areas, we do handle other matters. We can help you and your family if you are dealing with a personal injury matter, need assistance creating an estate plan or need advice regarding a real estate issue.