Relocate Without Notifying Other Parent

CAN I RELOCATE WITH MY CHILD WITHOUT NOTIFYING THE CHILDS OTHER PARENT?

Simply put, NO, you should never relocate without notifying the child’s other parent.

Under Arizona Law, Arizona Revised Statute 25-408, under almost all factual circumstances a parent must provide written notice at least 45 days prior to relocating with the minor child(ren).

This is true whether the parent who wants to relocate has sole or joint legal decision making authority.

The parent must provide the notice in writing and this must be mailed to the other parent by certified mail.

The failure to do so could result in the parent losing the relocation case.

I have been apart of many relocation cases and just remember that if you are thinking about relocating with your child and the other parent resides in the same town or within 100 miles please go see a competent family law attorney who can help you avoid the many pitfalls that are inherent in the relocation statute.

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