Welcome to the Law Offices of Brea Parental Relocation Attorney John A. Balent. Mr. Balent has been successfully representing clients in move away and parental relocation disputes since 1976. A highly skilled and effective Family Law Lawyer, Brea Attorney John A. Balent works diligently to ensure that his clients obtain the most favorable outcome possible in their move away matters.
Numerous complicated issues may ensue when one parent wants to move out of the local jurisdiction, particularly if the Primary Custodial parent is seeking relocation. Although the Family Law Courts tend to allow parental relocation if the parent’s economic status will be improved by relocating, the law governing move-away cases is always evolving and it is crucial that you retain a Family Law Lawyer who is familiar with current and changing trends.
Move away situations can become highly volatile, and can result in a renewed Child Custody dispute when the Primary Custodial Parent is seeking to create a substantial distance between the child and the Non-Custodial parent. Therefore, it is best to retain a highly skilled family law attorney to help you with these matters.
Regardless of whether the Custodial Parent or the Non-Custodial Parent is relocating, the parties will need to return to Court to modify the following:
Child Support based on a change in the amount of parenting time.
Child Visitation / Parenting Plan if the relocation will result in a significant change to the Non-Custodial Parent’s access to the children.
Contact an Experienced Brea Parental Relocation Attorney
If you are seeking or fighting a Move Away or Parental Relocation Order, please contact the Brea Law Offices of Parental Relocation Lawyer & Family Law Attorney John A. Balent by emailor call(714) 990-3255 to schedule a free confidential consultation.
A highly knowledgeable Family Law practitioner, Mr. Balent can provide invaluable legal counsel based on his extensive experience with respect to the issues that will naturally arise as a result of parental relocation.