Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Parenting Within the Radius

For every thing you have missed, you have gained something else; and for every thing you gain, you lose something” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
New York City Mediation Law Attorney Alla Roytberg of discusses the relocation clause and how moving will affect a parenting plan post-divorce. Parental relocation post-separation or post-divorce often creates unprecedented challenges for the parent who wants to move, the parent who stays behind, and especially for the children. Most frequently, a dispute arises when the parent with whom the children primarily reside, moves from the residence where they are currently located and far away from “the frequently visiting and involved” parent. For example, if the children’s primary residence is with the mother and the father sees them both during the week and on weekends, what happens if the mother has to move?  To read more, please click here.

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