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WSL - The Relocation Act

This act is relatively new and we attorneys are still debating the effects of it. It provides that a parent, some of who have a child the majority of the time, must give notice to the other parent before he/she moves residence. A hearing can be scheduled if the other party objects in a timely fashion and requests a hearing.

The State has been very helpful in providing the basic rules regarding relocation in the Parenting Plan* form. This makes sure that parents have notice of what the law requires them to do.



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