When one parent chooses to relocate and take the child with them, it can be detrimental to both the child and the non-relocating parent. However, relocating is a modern reality. Even if you have an existing parenting plan, relocating often makes the Custody Order unreasonable to follow. The State of California dictates what procedures must be followed when attempting to relocate a child. This is true for both the relocating parent as well as the non-custodial parent.

The Law Office of Tracy Y. Toledo understands the impact that relocation can have on all concerned. Your child's well being comes first. We will assist you in your relocation issues. Contact Attorney Tracy Y. Toledo online or call now 209-523-5000 for a free 15 minute phone consultation. We are here to help you.