Relocation cases are fact-intensive and all relevant facts must be presented to the court in a clear manner, which requires competent representation. We can help prepare your case carefully using all available resources including demonstrative evidence.
Miami Coconut Grove, FL (PRWEB) August 27, 2015
Attorney Jacqueline Valdespino, who specializes in family law, has had an informative scholarly article published in the Florida Bar Journal regarding parent relocation and child time-sharing agreements. The article, Relocation: A Moveable Feast?, centers on Florida parents who want to relocate from the location where they had their last court appearance and have to sign a seek court permission to relocate petition for modification, citing that we live in an increasingly mobile society in which, by the mid-1990s, one in five adults changed residences each year.
“When a parent decides to move out of state or far from the other parent (whether to secure employment or for other reasons), a previously established time-sharing arrangement often becomes untenable,” states Jacqueline in the article. “The party seeking to relocate must either negotiate with the other parent to alter the time-sharing agreement or seek a remedy from the courts.”
Jacqueline stresses that anyone facing a similar situation retain the services of a law firm, such as those provided by Valdespino & Associates. The boutique family law firm specializes in divorce, child custody, child support, alimony, prenuptial and cohabitation agreements and mediated divorce settlements.
“Relocation cases are fact-intensive and all relevant facts must be presented to the court in a clear manner, which requires competent representation,” said Jacqueline. “We can help prepare your case carefully using all available resources including demonstrative evidence.”
About Jacqueline Valdespino, Valdespino & Associates, P.A.
Jacqueline Valdespino is a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, and for more than eight consecutive years has been selected as one of Florida’s Super Lawyers for Family Law. She has been practicing law since 1992 and specializes in dissolution of marriage, prenuptials and post-dissolution actions. For more information, please call (305) 902-6591.
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