If a parent wishes to move away with their child, it is referred to as a “relocation” under Illinois law. To relocate with your child, you must first provide a written notice to the other parent. If the other parent objects to the move, then your case must be litigated. A judge will decide the outcome of your case, according to what they deem the situation that will serve the child’s best interests.
Whether you want to prevent or initiate a child relocation or removal, these cases require legal counsel that will keep you informed of your rights and will preserve your family’s best interests. Our attorneys are greatly familiar with laws that are pertinent to these matters, allowing us to obtain ideal case outcomes.