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Before Moving with Children During a Divorce | Shapiro Croland
In today's world, people move for endless reasons: love, work, family, or just for a change. Computer and mobile applications, such as Facetime, Skype, WhatsApp, and Viber, to name just a few, enable more frequent, effective and economical contact with your family and children. All you need is a device and WIFI, and away you go! Indeed, if you're reading this blog article now, it seems life has carried you to New Jersey, where you are now facing challenges related to custody and relocation. When parties separate, it is common for one party to want to move out of the home, town, or state, often to allow them to be closer to their support system, including family and friends that can help with childcare and/or provide financial support. If you are thinking about moving with your child, or you think your partner or spouse is preparing to do so, you should immediately seek out the advice of an experienced attorney to ensure that you do not make any of the common mistakes that will put