Can I Relocate and Maintain my Child Custody?

Sometimes, yes; however, if both parents spend a significant amount of time with the child and have joint custody, then the judge may insist on remaining in the metro area to avoid disruptions to the children and their development.  A recent California Supreme Court decision clarified these rules by stating that the custodial parent generally has the right to decide where the children will live as long as the parent isn't moving with the purpose of denying access to the children to the non-custodial parent.  Call Sagaria Law today to schedule an initial consultation to learn more.