What should I do if my child’s other parent is threatening to move to another state?

By Sally Oldham
October 20, 2013
CT FAQs/Child Custody

You should immediately seek recourse through the family law courts. Connecticut law requires the parent to file the appropriate motion with the court and to prove that the move is in the children’s best interest.

 

 

 


Sally Oldham is a partner at Rutkin, Oldham & Griffin, LLC, which was founded on the premise that a law firm can make a real difference in people’s lives and can shape the course of the law. They have offices located in Westport and Greenwich, Connecticut. Back To Top

October 20, 2013

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