Move-Away Cases in Texas
Trust Our Houston Family Law Attorneys to Help
Few things remain constant in life, including job and relationships. If
you’ve gone through a divorce as a parent, you may not stay in the
same city until your children grow up. Some people find jobs in other
states or get remarried and want to relocate to a new town. Depending
on how far away you go, this could be a problem. If you’re thinking
of relocating, or your ex is thinking of moving away with your child,
talk to one of our skilled
Houston family law attorneys as soon as possible.
Call us at (713) 936-2300 or fill out our online form to schedule a case
Texas law will usually be on the side of shared
custody, if not shared physical custody then shared legal custody. This means
the court has decided both parents have a right to make important decisions
about their child, including where the child lives. The court will also
prohibit the “primary parent” from moving outside a particular
range, such as the child’s county.
If the secondary parent decides to give permission for the primary parent
to move away with the child, the parents will have to inform the court
of the new arrangement. If the secondary parent disagrees with the child’s
move, he or she will have to file an application for a temporary restraining
order, which prevents the primary parent from moving until a court can
hold a relocation hearing. At the hearing, the parent who wishes to move
will have to show compelling evidence the proposed move would be in the
child’s best interests.
Talk to Our Skilled Attorneys Today
If you need help dealing with a relocation, call us today. Our attorneys at the
Law Office of Kathryn Marteeny have more than 30 years of legal experience to offer your case. We have
helped many Houston families through difficult situations, and our lawyers
are dedicated to making the experience as stress-free as possible. Let
us take a look at your situation and offer our legal advocacy.
Contact us at (713) 936-2300 or
fill out our online form to schedule your case consultation today.