ore and more divorced parents share physical custody of their children, moving them between households every few days or every other week. But many divorcing couples decide — or the court orders — that one parent should have sole physical custody and the other should have regular visitation rights. Here are some basic questions and answers from a custody and visitation attorney about visitation arrangements.
In some scenarios, the custodial parent obtains a job in a new location that extends outside of the Rockford area, or re-marries and the new spouse lives in a different location. In situations like this, the court takes into account the “Best Interest of the Child” as it's standard.
Marriett Legal has experience in move-away and relocation situations and would be happy to help you address this issue in your custody or visitation case. For a free consultation with an attorney, give Marriett Legal a call at (815) 391-0089 so we can discuss with you the options available to remedy your situation.