After the finalization of a divorce, it’s not uncommon for the path of a person’s life to take them to a new city, state, or even out of the country. When this is the case, a child may need to make a relocation move in order to stay with their parent. This can be contentious, as the other parent may not want to lose out on their visitation and custody rights to their child.
When this occurs, a skilled St. Louis County family law attorney can help you with the modification of your custody agreement, as well as with any appeals you may wish to pursue. Coulter Lambson has helped thousands of families throughout our many combined years of practice and handle each case with a unique approach customized to put the best interests of your family first, no matter how complex the circumstances.
Call Coulter Lambson at (314) 309-2377 today to secure the legal representation you need to protect the needs of your family during this uncertain time.
The state of Missouri requires the non-custodial parent to approve literally any relocation by the custodial parent, even if the move is to the house next door. In order to successfully do this, there is a very specific process that must be followed.
No matter what challenges your relocation matter presents, the skilled team at Coulter Lambson is ready to hear your story. Our highly-experienced staff know how to approach sensitive issues with all parties involved, and can work through the often-contentious litigation process on your behalf while ensuring that your rights and interests are properly put forth before the law.
Contact the elite team at Coulter Lambson to request a free initial one-hour consultation to start receiving the legal advice you need.