Life is filled with changes. You may have found a new job or remarried. When it comes to divorce, it can make the process even more complicated–especially when children are involved. Issues, such as child custody and visitation require immediate attention. If you are required to move to another location, you must file a Request for Order to modify your current custody and visitation agreement. The first step is to seek representation from an experienced and knowledgeable Camarillo relocations attorney with a track record for protecting the rights and looking after the best interests of each client. For more than a decade, the Law Offices of Stephanie L. Mahdavi have successfully represented parents throughout Ventura County for some of the most complex relocation issues.
Because each client is different, it is vital to have a legal professional who provides effective solutions to meet your needs. From the moment a client visits our Camarillo family law offices for their initial consultation, Stephanie L. Mahdavi and her legal team take the time to address all of your questions and concerns. Whether it is in the courtroom or behind the scenes, our staff works diligently to help place each client in the best position to succeed.
Due to changes in your circumstances, a move may be necessary to improve your income and provide for your children. However, there may be conflicts with your former spouse. The court must decide what is in the best interest of the child. To grant the relocation, here are some common factors that will be taken into consideration:
When the rights to your children are on the line, it is vital to have a legal professional on your side who will fight to protect your parental rights. Camarillo relocation attorney Stephanie L. Mahdavi understands the challenges and obstacles facing parents who may need to relocate. She and her legal team are committed the provide effective legal solutions to achieve the best possible result. To learn more, contact the Law Offices of Stephanie L. Mahdavi for a consultation to discuss your case.