Child Relocation from Colorado

State Requirements for Child Removal from Colorado

Relocation outside of Colorado can be a difficult and traumatic experience for both parents and children. If the parents cannot reach an amicable agreement, a request for relocation of a child out of state may be escalated to a family court that will consider all pertinent information before making an appropriate and legally-binding decision. The legal process can be complicated for many, and an accomplished divorce attorney with Feldmann Nagel, LLC can help make your case heard in the most effective way possible.

Colorado has several requirements for legally relocating a child from the state. First, the custodial parent must provide written notice to the non-custodial parent outlining the parent’s desire to relocate, including the relocation destination, appropriate reasons for the relocation and a modified agreement for parenting time, decision-making, and child support. Ultimately, the court will consider several factors before making a decision in the best interest of the child at a relocation hearing, if necessary.

Serving Clients with Offices in Denver, Boulder, Steamboat Springs, and Vail/Edwards

Feldmann Nagel, LLC has a wealth of experience providing the kind of quality legal services to families throughout Denver, Boulder, Steamboat Springs, Vail, and all points in between, who are embroiled in conflicts resulting from one parent's desire to relocate out of state with their child. Our firm has a deep knowledge of Colorado family law as it applies to relocation and can provide valuable organization of the information submitted to the court that can help you to reach your goals. We strive to be the most knowledgeable and skillful in every area of law that we practice, and work hard to make sure that we are the best prepared in any case. We respect the needs of our clients, and we will explore every ethical and legal means of securing the most favorable result possible in your case.

Contact a Colorado divorce attorney if you are preparing for a family law case that involves relocation of your child to another state.