Relocation Issues Lawyer in Lackawanna, Monroe, and Wayne County

Experienced Relocation Law Advocacy

Under Pennsylvania’s Child Custody Act, relocation is defined as “a change in residence of the child(ren) which significantly impairs the ability of a non-relocating party to exercise custodial rights”. The Act requires the parent who intends to relocate to provide formal Notice to the other parent. If no Notice is provided, and the Court later finds that the move was a relocation, the moving parent can be Ordered to return the child(ren) and possibly face sanctions.

If you have questions about relocation or about Pennsylvania’s Child Custody Act, please contact the Mulligan Law Firm. We can answer all of your questions and help you through this difficult time. Call today for a free consultation (570) 703-0269.


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