Child Relocation Attorney In Denver

Over time, everyone's life changes. You may get a great job offer elsewhere in the state or country and wish to move with your children. You may be the noncustodial parent of children who are being asked to move with their mother or father. In either case, the noncustodial parent must be notified of a proposed move and can agree to it or contest it. If he or she agrees, the parenting plan will have to be modified to allow for the relocation.

Frost & Beck, PC: Protecting the Best Interests of Children in Custody Matters

It is also up to the custodial parent to show why the move would benefit his or her children. Our Denver parent relocation attorneys understand the requirements of the courts as well as the impact these decisions can have on the entire family. We know the conflicts these choices can cause and can help you negotiate with the other parent to make this new arrangement work, whichever side you are on.

If the other parent is unwilling to work with you regarding moving the children, it may become necessary to have a Child and Family Investigator or Parental Responsibility Evaluator to help the court come to a decision. At Frost & Beck, PC, our lawyers have worked with these evaluators and know what they are looking for in their assessments. We can guide you through the process, and will vigorously defend your rights when it comes to parenting time and providing the best for your kids.

Child Relocation to a Foreign Country

When parents remarry or receive job opportunities, or if one parent is a foreign national, a move can take him or her outside of the United States. Custodial parents who are originally from another country commonly want to take their children abroad with them. This makes it more difficult for the noncustodial parent to have time with his or her children. The burden of proof is similar to that for a move inside the U.S., with added concerns about the age of the children and how they will still get to see the noncustodial parent.

Our extensive experience with international family law gives us unique insight into how best to approach cases in which relocating children will result in extended periods where they won't see one parent. We know how to work with the local, national and international laws that govern domestic relations to bring your case to a successful resolution.

The attorneys at Frost & Beck, PC, in Denver have helped many parents in removal/relocation cases. Even moving a short distance away within the state of Colorado can bring about an objection from the other parent if the move will require a change in schools or cause a change in the parenting time plan. These are difficult cases and require seasoned knowledgeable attorneys.

Contact Our Denver and Boulder Child Relocation Lawyer

The attorneys at Frost & Beck, PC, in Denver have helped many parents in removal/relocation cases. Even moving a short distance away within the state of Colorado can bring about an objection from the other parent if the move will require a change in schools or cause a change in the parenting time plan. These are difficult cases and require seasoned knowledgeable attorneys. To schedule a consultation, please call us at 303-731-6227, toll free at 866-604-2791 or contact us online.