Bethlehem Out-of-State Custody Attorney
Proposed child relocations are among the most contentious of family law cases. The law permits a custodial parent to relocate with a child, but only under certain conditions. If you are a custodial parent wishing to relocate with your child, or if you have visitation rights and wish to contest the relocation, The Law Office of Robert Sharpe can represent you.
Contact my firm to schedule a consultation with an experienced Allentown child relocation attorney.
Providing Vigorous Representation in Child Relocation Cases
I devote full attention to my child custody cases, because I understand the importance my clients place on their children. As your lawyer, I will provide vigorous, results-oriented representation for you.
Most proposed child relocation cases end up in litigation, the result being an outcome that, in the eyes of the judge, is in the "best interest" of the child. When I represent you, I will work diligently to build a strong and persuasive case for you. In some cases however, it may be possible to negotiate a solution that allows the relocation, usually in exchange for extended visitation time for the non-relocating parent. I have experience in all types of child relocation cases, and I will work hard to achieve your goals.
My firm can also assist you in cases involving:
Imminent unauthorized child relocations — If the other parent is about to leave the area with your child in violation of an existing custody or visitation order, my firm can seek an emergency order preventing the move.
Parental child abductions — My firm has experience in cases involving kidnapping and the unauthorized relocation of children by parents. Working with police authorities, and if necessary, a private investigator, I will attempt to locate your child and return him or her to you.
Out-of-state parents — If you live out of state and you have a custody case involving a child who is living in Northeast Pennsylvania, my firm can represent you.
Child custody enforcement — If the other parent is refusing to abide by a custody or visitation order, I can go to court seeking a child custody enforcement order.
For a consultation about a child relocation or enforcement matter, contact The Law Office of Robert Sharpe.