Whether you have sole custody or joint legal custody, you should know the law about relocating with custody BEFORE you move or file papers with the courts.
You need to know whether or not the court will treat your case as a relocation or a change of custody. You should know how it will affect visitation and parenting time.
Be prepared before you enter the New Jersey family court. Fill out the form to the right and receive the entire decision in Bauers v. Lewis, the lead case defining the standard for relocation.
Know the law and avoid mistakes
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