Sometimes a parent moves during the summer without thinking
of the law, and other times a parent may move, or seek to move, to deliberately
put distance between the children and the other parent. It is one of the
possible byproducts of divorce and shared-custody that one parent wants to move
with the children.It is also possible
that your children have moved to a new school district, or even out of state,
without your consent.
For many reasons, innocent or calculated, in our area, and
throughout the State of Washington, a new school year can bring about a
dramatic change that might require a legal response.
The presumption that a child can be moved just because he or
she is in the primary care of one of the parents can be rebutted by evidence
presented on a variety of different statutory factors that a Washington family
court must show it has considered.This
is very important information with which to be armed as to choose whether to
accept or oppose a relocation of your children.
Do not let your children be moved away from you if you do
not want to agree. Spokane divorce attorney Craig Mason has fought relocation
issues for committed parents for many, many years.He will fight for your child custody and
visitation rights.Please take a minute
today and make an appointment to visit with Craig and his staff at the office
located at West 1707 Broadway.Call