Perhaps that biggest fear of a parent related to custody of children upon divorce is that the other parent will attempt to remove the parties’ children to another city or state, or even another country. Recently, the custody law in Pennsylvania regarding relocation was amended; it now provides for strict review by the court. Relocation in the divorce context is no longer permitted absent the fulfillment of strict notice requirements and the provision to the other parent of an opportunity to object in court. If you are served with notice of an intention by your spouse to relocate with your children, or if you believe it is in the best interest of your children that you be permitted to relocate with them, you should consult with a firm, such as ours, that focuses on family law and has a wealth of experience in the child custody realm.
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To learn more about how Wilder Mahood McKinley & Oglesby can help you resolve your child relocation concerns, contact us online or call our office in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, at 412-261-4040.