Arizona Custody Relocation Attorney
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It is important to consult an attorney whether you are the parent seeking to relocate with the children or the parent seeking to prevent the relocation, as custody relocation is an extremely emotional issue and there are many procedures that need to be complied with and many factors that need to be evaluated. A an experienced attorney can assist with both.
A custody relocation issue occurs when one parent wants to move with the children either outside the State of Arizona or within 100 miles from their current location within the State of Arizona.
If there is a custody order or custody agreement in place that gives both parents rights to the children, the parent seeking to relocate with the children must give the other parent written notice at least 60 days in advance of the anticipated custody relocation date. It is important to ensure that notice complies with the appropriate statutory and procedural rules, as sanctions could be imposed by the Court if relocation occurs with insufficient notice.
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