Child custody arrangements can be difficult to set. Every parent wants to have the most time he or she can have with his or her child. Each parent has his or her own schedule that needs to be considered among a host of other issues, including the child's best interests.
So, once these issues have been settled and the residential parent wants to change the terms of his or her child custody arrangement, it is an issue that needs to be taken seriously.
There are many reasons why a parent would need to relocate, including:
At Fendley Law, our firm is known for offering highly effective representation that can help you no matter which side of a child custody modification/relocation issue you are on. We help residential parents who are seeking to move as well as nonresidential parents who want to protect the place they have in their children's lives. We have more than 45 years of combined experience that we can use to help you present the most persuasive case.
Our founding attorney Mart Fendley practices with his children, attorney Jacob Fendley and attorney Elizabeth (Liz) Fendley, as well as attorney Joshua Etson. Mart Fendley has built a reputation over the decades for providing the real help people need when difficult matters are at hand. His work on behalf of his clients has helped him earn an AV* Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell, and he has been a board-certified civil trial lawyer since 1994.
When a move away is a possibility, turn to Fendley Law. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 931-245- HELP (4357) or contact us online.
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