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Worcester Relocation Attorney

Relocation Issues in Worcester

At Kovacs Law, P.C., we have extensive experience protecting the interests of parents faced with relocation issues. This includes custodial parents looking to move to another area with their children, and non-custodial parents looking to address, or block, a proposed move. Relocation is a complex legal process, and requires the skill of a knowledgeable Worcester divorce attorney.

Under Massachusetts law, a parent seeking to move out of state with minor children would need to obtain either the consent of the other parent, or a court order. If the custodial parent is moving to another area within the state, the move may go against current child custody or visitation agreements. Our firm can take the correct legal steps to help facilitate your move. If you are a parent looking to ensure you keep your visitation or custody rights, there are effective ways to legally address these concerns. Before even bringing your case before a judge, we may be able to come to agreement with the other parent or their attorney. If a judge must hear your case however, we will present your side in the most favorable light.

The Best Interest of the Child in Move Away Cases

Ultimately, the court will be concerned with what is in the best interests of the child. It is essential that you have skilled family law counsel advising you in these cases, so that critical mistakes are avoided. Our firm will keep you well-informed so that you can make sound decisions throughout the process. We also have a track record of successful litigation on behalf of our clients, when called for. We will always act in pursuit of the best possible outcome for you case. Call us today for a confidential consultation.

Contact a Worcester relocation lawyer if you are facing a relocation issue and seek dedicated legal support.

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