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Relocation - Parent & Child

Pima County Child Relocation Attorneys

When a parent wants to relocate or move away with a child which will interfere with the custodial or parenting relationship of the other parent, relocation of the children can be a highly disputed matter. We represent parents facing relocation issues in court. The court will either grant or deny the relocating parent permission to relocate with the child. Because of this, nearly every relocation case usually goes to trial. Relocation cases are complex and the court will consider the best interests of the child by looking at the facts involved in each case. We handle cases involving relocations within Arizona and relocations outside of Arizona. We work with parents seeking to move with their children and also work with parents who seek to prevent a child from moving with the other parent.

Stolar & Pollins, PLLC, is a mother-daughter team of Tucson attorneys with 39 years of combined legal experience. We work to understand your unique situation and to resolve issues efficiently and effectively in the best interests of your children. Relocation can take a heavy toll on parents and children, and can involve complex circumstances of travel, finances and parental relationships.

Arizona has specific notice requirements. As soon as relocation becomes relevant, whether you are the parent seeking to move with your child or the parent seeking to prevent your child from moving away with the other parent, it is vital that you consult an experienced and knowledgeable family law attorney.

Contact us online to schedule a consultation with our Tucson parent/child relocation attorneys, or call us at 520-441-6846. We return phone calls promptly.

Custody and Relocation

We help you navigate the Arizona legal process of relocation to protect your interests and your rights. There are many factors to consider in relocation, some include:

  • Motivation for the move
  • The impact on the relationship between parents and their children
  • Expenses and child support
  • Impact on the emotional, physical and developmental needs of the children
  • Impact on custody and visitation

As attorneys experienced in representing clients in these circumstances, we can help you understand the implications of relocation. We can help you achieve your goals as the relocating parent or as the parent who will remain in your current location.

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