Written by attorney Maya Shulman | Oct 22, 2018

Addressing Child Custody If It Crosses the Border

There are plenty of reasons why people move whether it is for a job, family members or a change in scenery. However, crossing state borders often complicates child custody agreements and possible divorce proceedings.

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