Answering Questions About Child Custody And Relocation
When children are involved in a military divorce, a state family court will make a determination about custody. Generally, Missouri and Illinois family courts will order custody arrangements that enable children to have regular time with both of their parents. In cases involving one parent moving away, these arrangements may need to be changed.
If you are going through a divorce, you may have serious concerns about what type of custody will be awarded. You may be worried that you are being treated unfairly when it comes to your time with your children.
If you or your child’s other parent is planning to relocate because of military service, remarriage, a family need, a job or another reason, you may need help to understand what options you have for maintaining the best possible custody arrangements. You may need the advice of an experienced lawyer who knows military divorce.
Providing Guidance In Move-Aways And Other Child Custody Matters
At the law firm of Alan E. DeWoskin, P.C., our attorney understands the serious challenges presented by child custody issues, including issues related to relocation. We represent servicemembers and spouses of servicemembers in custody matters of all kinds. We can help you reach the best possible outcome in your case by:
- Helping you understand how custody guidelines apply to your situation
- Petitioning a court to modify a custody order, when appropriate
- Negotiating visitation arrangements
- Obtaining visitation orders
- Handling child support matters
We Understand Military Issues Related To Family Law
At the law firm of Alan E. DeWoskin, P.C., our founding attorney Alan DeWoskin, has a substantial military background. He is a retired colonel who served in the Army Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) Corps. Our firm is highly experienced with regard to both military law and family law. We help servicemembers resolve challenging legal matters and protect their legal rights.
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Do you have questions about military divorce, child custody or relocation? Contact us to schedule an appointment with our attorney. We can answer your questions and help you resolve your custody matter.