Relocation

Relocating a minor child means that you intend to move the minor child’s principal address 50 miles or more. A Relocation is a serious issue that requires very specific steps be taken. In a free consultation with Jennifer Dane you will discuss all of your options and steps required to be taken in order to successfully relocate with your child.

  • Meet with you to determine what your short term and long terms goals;
  • Address all important legal issues;
  • Request the court to immediately address temporary issue;
  • Collect all favorable information relating to your relocation;
  • Prepare and quickly work towards the best possible resolution.

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Call for Help Today 407.260.0500.

Jennifer Dane will personally handle all aspects of your relocation. You will be able to contact Ms. Dane by phone, text or email at any time with questions specific to your case and your concerns. Your case will never be handled by a less experienced attorney. Ms. Dane is the only attorney that will advocate for you throughout the entire case. The well being of the client and the family as a whole is Ms. Dane’s primary focus, your case will get Ms. Dane’s full attention.

Requirements to Relocate

Relocation is obtained in one of two ways: either the non-moving parent gives permission for the moving parent to move with the minor child and a long distance time sharing plan is established, or the moving parent files a Petition for Relocation with the courts. If you are the parent seeking permission to relocate with the minor child it is important to follow specific guidelines in Florida Statute 61.13001 specifically. Petitions for Relocation must follow a certain form or they risk being thrown out but the judge. Attorney Jennifer T. Dane is experienced in helping parents successfully relocate with their minor children. If you want answers to your relocation questions, call Winter Park attorney Jennifer Dane for a free consultation today.

In order to build a strong case to support your relocation look closely at what the courts use to determine if the move is in the child’s best interest, specifically:

  • Nature, quality,extent of involvement, and duration of the child’s relationship with the parent.
  • The age and developmental stage of the child, the needs of the child, and the likely impact the relocation will have on the minor child.
  • The feasibility of preserving the relationship between the nonrelocating parent or other person and the child through substitute arrangements.
  • The child’s preference, taking into consideration the age and maturity of the child.
  • Whether the relocation will enhance the general quality of life for both the parent and the child.
  • The reasons each parent or other person is seeking or opposing the relocation.
  • The current employment and economic circumstances of each.
  • That the relocation is sought in good faith and the extent to which the objecting parent has fulfilled his or her financial obligations to the parent or other person seeking relocation.
  • The career and other opportunities available to the objecting parent or other person if the relocation occurs.
  • A history of substance abuse or domestic violence.

Non-Relocating Parent

If you are a non relocating parent and you are served with a Petition for Relocation and you object to the relocation it is very important that you object to the relocation within the specified time frame, otherwise the relocation will be presumed to be in the child’s best interest. If you are served with a Petition for Relocation call Family Law Attorney Jennifer Dane to discuss your options today! Jennifer T. Dane is experienced in defending relocation cases and can help you, however, time is of the essence.

It is also important to know that if you have filed a Petition to Relocate you are entitled to a temporary hearing within 30 days and a final hearing in 90 days. Relocation can happen quickly. Do not delay; whether you are the relocating parent or the non relocating parent; get the answers you deserve from experienced family law attorney Jennifer Dane.

Personalized Legal Representation

If you are facing a divorce or are considering what your next steps are, contact Orlando relocation attorney Jennifer Dane for a confidential consultation, to discuss your case, your options and your family. Jennifer’s primary focus is to help you and your family transition as seamlessly as possible.

Relocation

Relocating a minor child means that you intend to move the minor child’s principal address 50 miles or more. A Relocation is a serious issue that requires very specific steps be taken. In a free consultation with Jennifer Dane you will discuss all of your options and steps required to be taken in order to successfully relocate with your child.

  • Meet with you to determine what your short term and long terms goals;
  • Address all important legal issues;
  • Request the court to immediately address temporary issue;
  • Collect all favorable information relating to your relocation;
  • Prepare and quickly work towards the best possible resolution.

Depositphotos_13321058_original

Call for Help Today 407.260.0500.

Jennifer Dane will personally handle all aspects of your relocation. You will be able to contact Ms. Dane by phone, text or email at any time with questions specific to your case and your concerns. Your case will never be handled by a less experienced attorney. Ms. Dane is the only attorney that will advocate for you throughout the entire case. The well being of the client and the family as a whole is Ms. Dane’s primary focus, your case will get Ms. Dane’s full attention.

Requirements to Relocate

Relocation is obtained in one of two ways: either the non-moving parent gives permission for the moving parent to move with the minor child and a long distance time sharing plan is established, or the moving parent files a Petition for Relocation with the courts. If you are the parent seeking permission to relocate with the minor child it is important to follow specific guidelines in Florida Statute 61.13001 specifically. Petitions for Relocation must follow a certain form or they risk being thrown out but the judge. Attorney Jennifer T. Dane is experienced in helping parents successfully relocate with their minor children. If you want answers to your relocation questions, call Winter Park attorney Jennifer Dane for a free consultation today.

In order to build a strong case to support your relocation look closely at what the courts use to determine if the move is in the child’s best interest, specifically:

  • Nature, quality,extent of involvement, and duration of the child’s relationship with the parent.
  • The age and developmental stage of the child, the needs of the child, and the likely impact the relocation will have on the minor child.
  • The feasibility of preserving the relationship between the nonrelocating parent or other person and the child through substitute arrangements.
  • The child’s preference, taking into consideration the age and maturity of the child.
  • Whether the relocation will enhance the general quality of life for both the parent and the child.
  • The reasons each parent or other person is seeking or opposing the relocation.
  • The current employment and economic circumstances of each.
  • That the relocation is sought in good faith and the extent to which the objecting parent has fulfilled his or her financial obligations to the parent or other person seeking relocation.
  • The career and other opportunities available to the objecting parent or other person if the relocation occurs.
  • A history of substance abuse or domestic violence.

Non-Relocating Parent

If you are a non relocating parent and you are served with a Petition for Relocation and you object to the relocation it is very important that you object to the relocation within the specified time frame, otherwise the relocation will be presumed to be in the child’s best interest. If you are served with a Petition for Relocation call Family Law Attorney Jennifer Dane to discuss your options today! Jennifer T. Dane is experienced in defending relocation cases and can help you, however, time is of the essence.

It is also important to know that if you have filed a Petition to Relocate you are entitled to a temporary hearing within 30 days and a final hearing in 90 days. Relocation can happen quickly. Do not delay; whether you are the relocating parent or the non relocating parent; get the answers you deserve from experienced family law attorney Jennifer Dane.

Personalized Legal Representation

If you are facing a divorce or are considering what your next steps are, contact Orlando relocation attorney Jennifer Dane for a confidential consultation, to discuss your case, your options and your family. Jennifer’s primary focus is to help you and your family transition as seamlessly as possible.

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I sent Jennifer a family law case and she did a fantastic job. The client was very pleased with her communication throughout the case. Great result!
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