Relocation Mobility Cases
Mobility cases happen where one parent, usually the one with custody, wants to move to a new location with the children. Typically, the move is being opposed by the other parent. The legal test that applies depends on a variety of things, including whether a parenting order has already been made, what the “best interests of the child” call for, and whether a formal or informal parenting arrangement already exists.
If you are the parent who wants to move, you need to take the necessary steps to “do it right”. If you are the parent resisting the move, you need to ensure you have done or are doing everything to keep the children here. In either case, accurate and effective legal advice is crucial to the outcome. We can help.