Sometimes after a decree concerning child custody is entered, granting parenting time to both parents, one parent might move out-of-state. This presents a unique situation, which is legally, financially, and emotionally complex.

Such a transition may affect the amount of time each parent spends with the child(ren) and the amount of child support that a parent may be responsible for. Further, an interstate move may impact the practicality of the parents to be involved in the child’s education, upbringing, relationships, and even religion.

The attorneys at Gendelman Law Group are equipped to help you with handle an Interstate Custody Dispute. Call Gendelman Law group at (720) 213-0687 or contact our attorneys by clicking here.