Relocation is the type of custody situation that parents do not often imagine dealing with until it becomes a reality. In most divorce cases, the parent without primary custody still wants to be active in the child's life. When the parent with primary custody decides to move out of Mecklenburg County or even North Carolina, it becomes a lot more difficult.

Smooth child custody cases can easily turn difficult and painful when relocation is added into the mix. If you are a divorced parent who is planning to relocate, contact us for experienced legal advice on your options and alternatives. If your child's custodial parent is planning to relocate with your children, Berger & Kindberg Law will work with you to develop a plan to protect your rights as a parent. You can call us at 704-900-3816.