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How to move to a new state if you are the custodial parent

A changing work situation or other opportunity often leads a person to move out of state, but a divorced parent with child custody faces a number of obstacles in this scenario. What happens when a custodial parent wants or needs to move to a new state? Does it have an effect on the custody of the children? These are some of the most difficult cases for judges to decide, and courts are generally opposed to one parent moving away from the other and breaking the child-parent bond. Lewis Landerholm discusses how important it is to contact an experienced family law attorney right away when this situation arises.