Can Unmarried Parents Move Their Child Away From Florida – Series Recap

This article is being written to conclude and recap my series on the handling of cases in which an unmarried parent wishes to relocate their child outside the state of Florida. I felt it necessary to write on this issue for two reasons. First, many parents are not sure of their rights and obligations when they are not married to their counterpart. Second, many are unsure of the legal process when a comes to moving a Read More

Relocating A Child Away From Florida When A Custody Order Is Currently In Place

This is the next post in my series on the handling of Melbourne, Florida child custody cases involving unmarried parents who wish to move the child out of state. My last article discussed the consequences of moving a child out of state without a custody order. Under such circumstances, it is possible that the moving parent may be required to return to the state. They may even find themselves losing custody of the Read More

Can Unmarried Melbourne Parents Move A Child From Florida Without A Court Order

This is the next post in my series on the handling of cases in which an unmarried Melbourne parent wishes to relocate their child away from the state of Florida. My last article discussed how the establishment of paternity impacts child relocation cases. It is important to understand that, until paternity has been established, the biological father will not be considered “dad” as far as the law is concerned. This Read More

Paternity & Unmarried Parents Who Want To Move Their Child Outside Of Florida

This is the next post in my series on cases in which unmarried parents wish to relocate their child outside the state of Florida. My last post provided an overview of topics which this series will be addressing. It also stressed the need to speak with an attorney as soon as possible if you find yourself in such a situation. It is important that you speak with counsel sooner, and not later, in order to ensure that Read More

Can Unmarried Melbourne Parents Move A Child Outside Of Florida?

This is the first post in a series which will discuss the possibility of unmarried parents moving a child outside the state of Florida. I have decided to write on this topic due to the fact that many people now have children out of wedlock. Also, the changing nature of the workplace may make people more likely to have to move. By understanding your rights as a parent, you can avoid legal problems further down the Read More

Handling Child Relocation Cases In Melbourne, Florida – Series Recap

This post is meant to conclude and recap my series on the handling of child relocation cases in Melbourne or elsewhere in Florida. I felt it necessary to write on this topic as, for obvious reasons, as tensions can flare up between parents when one or the other wishes to remove the child from the state. These tensions can lead to an unhealthy situation for everyone involved. The goal of my last several articles has Read More

Defending Against A Child Relocation Request In Melbourne, Florida

This is the next post in my series on the handling of Florida child relocation cases. My last article discussed how parents should conduct themselves after a relocation trial. It is important that the parties work together to effectively co-parent. Continued arguing and disagreement is not in the best interests of the child and may result in the parents going back to Court for a new change of custody hearing. In this Read More

How Parents Should Conduct Themselves After A Melbourne, Florida Child Relocation Case

This is the next post in my series on the handling of cases which involve moving a child away from Florida. My last post discussed attending trial in a Melbourne child relocation case. It is important to understand that the rules of evidence will be strictly enforced in a trial and that you should hire an experienced attorney to assist you with the process. If you need assistance with such a case then contact my Read More

Attending Trial In A Melbourne, Florida Child Relocation Case

This is the next post in my series on the handling of child relocation in Melbourne, Florida. My last article discussed conducting discovery in child relocation cases. It is important to understand that any move away request must be supported by evidence which shows that the move will be in the best interests of the child or children. Such evidence is accumulated through the discovery process. This is why it is Read More

Discovery In Melbourne, Florida Child Relocation Cases

This is the next post in my series on the handling of child relocation cases in the Melbourne, Florida area. My last article discussed the process of filing for permission to move a child out of state. It is important to understand that the process can be rather lengthy and it is important to consult with a family law attorney as soon as possible if you believe that you will be requesting permission to move. In this Read More