I need to relocate for for employment reasons. Currently, my ex husband and I have shared custody but he never exercised his rights, is 1 year behind in child support, doesn't help with medical, dental, co-pays, etc. I pay 100% for my child. My ex-husband hasn't shown interest in her school functions, etc. Now a DVI injunction was granted and he is on supervised visits. Moving will allow financial stability, much better education and quality of life so I can afford to continue to pay for her sports, braces, etc. Under my circumstance, do I have a case and what is the probability to move? I also need an attorney who has specifically won these types of cases and is aggressive as my ex-husband uses our child a possession and doesn't look at what is in her best interest.
Child custody involves decisions about who will be responsible for a child, including parental rights, for both married and unmarried parents, and adoptions.
Family court can be the last resort for child custody disagreements when negotiation, mediation, or collaborative law fail to resolve custody disputes.