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How Does Relocation Impact Children of Divorced Parents?

Posted by J. Benjamin Stevens | Aug 17, 2009 | 0 Comments

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We live in a very mobile society today, and it's increasingly common for divorced parents to move away from each other.  When children are involved, these types of situations are much more complicated.

The ABA General Practice, Solo & Small Firm Division's Law Trends & News recently featured an article which addressed this topic.  “What a Move May Mean for the Child” begins

In our highly mobile society, the geographical relocation of one parent following separation or divorce is increasingly prevalent. Unless the parents agree to a relocation plan, permission for one of the custodial parents to relocate and the terms and conditions of the subsequent parenting plan become a matter for the courts. Relocation creates a situation in which there is a potential for catastrophic trauma to the affected children from the loss of a parent. The best parenting plans recognize this problem and seek to reduce the risks of serious harm.

This article makes some excellent points, and you can read the full text of the article by clickingHERE.

Source: “What a Move May Mean for the Child” by Samuel Roll and Candace Kern, published in the ABAGeneral Practice, Solo & Small Firm Division‘s Law Trends & News (Summer 2009).

About the Author

J. Benjamin Stevens

Aggressive, creative, and compassionate are words Ben Stevens' colleagues freely use to describe him as a divorce and family law attorney. Ben is a Fellow in the prestigious American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, the International Academy of Family Lawyers, and is a Board Certified Family Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocates. He is one of only four attorneys in South Carolina with those simultaneous distinctions. To schedule a consultation with Ben Stevens call (864) 598-9172.

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