Williams & Javellana, LLP

Chico Move Away Rights Lawyer

Move Away Rights

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If you are divorced with children in the state of California and are considering moving from the area, there are numerous things that need to be kept in mind. Although the circumstances which would cause you to move may be quite varied, there is reason for concern in the health and welfare of your child. Of course, as an adult, you have move away rights and the court systems are not going to stop you from moving out of the area. The court can, however, modify the child custody order if they feel that the move is going to be detrimental to a child in any way, or even order that the child remain in the state of California .

It does not matter if you are moving away for economic reasons or if you are trying to be closer to friends and family, you need to consider the impact that the move is going to have on your child. Each case is going to be different and the move away rights may differ, depending upon your specific circumstances and the circumstances of the child custody order. Anytime relocation is considered, regardless of whether it is by you or by the other parent, you should seek the appropriate legal help. When you contact Williams & Javellana, LLP, you will get the help that you need.

There are different circumstances which would change the scope of the move away rights that you may have. For example, if you have sole custody of the child and the other parent has very infrequent or no, you may not have very much difficulty in obtaining a move away order. If they do contest your rights to move away in the state of California, it is up to them to prove to the court that doing so is going to impair their relationship with the child.

On the other hand, if you are trying to exercise your move away rights with joint custody and the other parent is exercising their custodial rights, you may have more of a difficulty. They may file what is known as an Order to Show Cause, which may provide an order that blocks the removal of the children. If the move is coming up quickly, this order may be given in an emergency situation, blocking the removal of the children.

If you are facing the possibility of relocation, regardless of whether it is you or the other parent that is relocating, you should act as quickly as possible. Regardless of whether the proper papers need to be filed or if written notice needs to be given to the noncustodial parent, the sooner it takes place, the more likely it is going to be that you will see a favorable outcome.

Although there are move away rights in the state of California, it can be a relatively tricky situation. When you contact Williams & Javellana, LLP, we can give you the assistance that you need to ensure that everything takes place properly. Regardless of whether it is an amicable move or if it is one that is going to require the courts, Williams & Javellana, LLP can give you the help that is necessary.

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Gold standard for professionalism and ethics. Extremely knowledgeable and proficient in handling complex cases. Attorney Javellana took painstaking hours building a civil case, (co-ownership/property rights) and then he presented overwhelming evidence at trial. Mr. Javellana was on point for 3 days at trial where he tactfully asserted a powerful presence in the courtroom and systematically picked apart the defendents and he was quick to respond to the dirty trickery of the defense attorney with undisputable legal arguments. As a result of Mr. Javellana's detailed and powerful representation, the opposing side had no chance. Mr. Javellana was extremely organized and detail oriented throughout. Mr. Javellana won the case across multiple points and most impressively he obtained a permanent injunction against the opposing party. Additionally, Mr. Javellana, represented me with two other cases where his professionalism and his relentless tactical drive continued with successful results. I highly recommend Mr. Javellana. J.M
California June 20, 2015