Divorce, child custody, and mobility issues

When two adults divorce, their lives will never be the same. This is particularly true if they have a child together. Even if both parents are on the same page in regards to raising the child, you never know what could change in the future. For example, one parent may wish to relocate with the child. If this happens, it could make the arrangement more challenging for the other parent.

No two mobility cases are the same, as these can include a variety of situations:

  • Moves to another country, such as the United States.
  • International moves.
  • Moves within British Columbia.

It doesn’t matter where the parent is moving, what matters is that you understand how this will impact your relationship with the child.

Maybe you are trying to build a case in favor of relocation. Or maybe you are trying to fight against this. Regardless of your situation, you need to know your rights. You also need to answer this question: how can you do what is best for the child?

Over the years, we have helped many people deal with mobility issues. Since there is a lot to consider, you don’t want to wait to learn more about your options.

When you contact us online or via phone, it won’t be long before you better understand your situation and what’s to come in the future. You can also learn more about this subject matter by reading our blog and website. What matters most is that you find yourself in position to make informed and confident decisions.

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