Missouri Divorce Relocation Attorneys

The decision to move away from a home that your child knows is one that the courts will look at carefully. After a divorce, relocation can become a complicated issue. At Rogers Sevastianos & Bante, LLP, we give clients the personal service and knowledgeable advice they need to protect their interests in cases involving relocation. If you are considering a move, or if you are worried about the impact of a move on your child, we can help you find the solutions you need.

To discuss your case with one of our caring St. Louis child relocation attorneys, call (314) 354-8484 or contact us online.

St. Louis and St. Charles Divorce Relocation Attorneys

In any situation involving relocation, whether that relocation is across town or across the country, you are required to notify the other parent of the move. If the move will involve new schools, increased difficulty in exchanging the child or virtually any impact on the child or the other parent, it is important to plan ahead. To gain the approval of the courts, the parent who is moving may have to provide child impact studies, an analysis of the school system, proof of access to health care facilities and expert testimony.

If it will affect child custody, relocation may be disputed by the other parent. We can help you reach an amicable arrangement to protect your child’s best interests in any case involving relocation. We will work closely with you to find the right solution for you.

Contact an Experienced Relocation Lawyer Today

If you are considering a move, or if you are concerned about the impact a move by the other parent will have on your child, call (314) 354-8484. We can discuss your case in a free in-office or telephone consultation.

Additionally, firm partner Joe Bante is also licensed to practice in Illinois. For more information, please contact the lawyers of Rogers Sevastianos & Bante, LLP by calling (314) 354-8484.

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