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In the Child’s Best Interest: What It Means in Move-Away Cases February 14, 2014

Hmmmm..then maybe move- aways shouldn’t be allowed.I have serious doubts about the children benefiting from either parent moving.

‘If a Court grants the move, the non-custodial parent will no longer be able to participate in the day-to-day life of her or his child — missing out on carpooling, school events, helping with homework and extra-curricular activities. On the other hand, if the Court denies the custodial parent’s move-away request and the custodial parent has no choice but to move away from his or her current geographic location, then the child will be separated from the parent with whom the child may have the closest bond. ‘

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/lisa-helfend-meyer/in-the-childs-best-intere_b_4776085.html?utm_hp_ref=divorce&ir=Divorce

Source: Lisa Helfend Attorney

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