Child Relocation Paralegal Services WA State
Parents That Are Relocating or Objecting to a Relocation of the Children. These can be anywhere between a major complicated custody battle and no modification at all. If you remember one thing, remember that these are the most complex of all family law litigation. These can be an animal.
Notice of relocation and objection to relocation of children can be very close to the same documents that will be filed. Either way, it may involve changing the parenting plan and or the child support.
Notice of Intended Relocation. This is a document that simply notifies the other party and court that you intend to relocate the child. Often there are additional documents that a party seeks to file along with the notice, such as child support, parenting plan, and other supporting documents.
Objection to Intended Relocation. A series of documents that are filed to prevent the relocation of the child, which may include child support, parenting plan, and other supporting documents. If not agreed, this becomes very much like a major parenting plan modification plus a little more.
A relocation issue can become more complicated than a custody dispute. Not only do you have the issues of getting court permission to relocate, but you very well may have to address all the issues of a custody dispute with both the parenting plan and child support becoming an issue. See our relocation of children document preparation paralegal services.
Service Availability and Paralegal Contact Information for Washington State:
If you do not see or are unsure of the category for which you need help, please call 206-915-4028 for paralegal assistance. We do not do adoptions.
Local Availability Information:
Child Relocation paperwork preparation is available for most of Washington State for the surrounding areas of:
Clark, Pierce, King, and Snohomish County of Washington State.
Including the city areas of:
Paralegal document services Seattle Bellevue Renton Kirkland Redmond Vancouver Kent Bothell Washington