Naperville Child Relocation Lawyers
Child Removal Attorneys for Naperville and DuPage County
In today's technological society, the job market is fluid and dynamic. Due to the nature of the mobile workforce, sometimes divorced parents feel the best way to start a fresh life is to pack up the family and relocate to another part of Illinois or even to another state or country. Understandably, when children are faced with the possibility of relocating, this can cause emotional strain to both parents.
If you want to move with your child, you will need to petition the court to allow you to move:
- More than 25 miles to a new home in Illinois from a current residence in Cook, DuPage, Kane, Lake, McHenry, or Will County;
- More than 50 miles to a new home in Illinois from a current residence in any other county; or
- More than 25 miles to a new home outside of Illinois from a current residence anywhere in the state.
The Naperville law firm of Sullivan Taylor and Gumina, P.C. can walk you through the appropriate steps if you are considering relocation as an option for your family.
It is important to remember that child relocation does not just affect child visitation or parenting time rights, but also the childrens' education, religious upbringing, and medical decisions. The court will determine what is in the children's best interest, which may or may not include a change of allocated parental responsibilities.
Contact Sullivan Taylor and Gumina, P.C. in Naperville, Illinois before You Move. Call (630) 665-7676 to Speak with Child Relocation Attorneys.
Naperville Child Relocation Attorneys
Whether or not you have primary residential responsibilities for your child, it's important to consult with an experienced family law attorney who can help you deal with the possible relocation of your family, especially any minor children being uprooted in the process.
Sullivan Taylor and Gumina, P.C. has skilled attorneys who are experienced at handling any post-divorce modifications that may be needed as a result of your child's relocation. We can also discuss your options for maintaining frequent interaction with your child, regardless of where they may live, through the use of Virtual Visitation, a new electronic tool for communication.
Contact Our Child Removal Attorneys Today
If you have any questions or concerns about your rights as a parent, regardless of your custody or parenting situation, do not hesitate to contact our Naperville attorneys at Sullivan Taylor and Gumina, P.C. in Naperville, Illinois. We can advocate for you and your child, should relocation become an issue. Call us today. We can help you!