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Relocation

A geographic move by a parent can be prompted by a new career, a business opportunity, a new relationship, a desire to be closer to family or by other factors. It can also lead to logistical problems with visitation and feed disputes with a child's other parent, bringing unwanted issues that call for experienced counsel.

Under Nevada law, if one party has primary physical custody and he or she can show a good faith basis for relocating - and get written consent from the noncustodial parent - relocation is not difficult. If the noncustodial parent denies the request, the parent who wants to relocate must petition the court.

You may be considering a relocation to a location outside of Nevada or a long-distance move within the state, or your child's other parent may be moving or planning to move. You may be seeking advice to make sure your child's best interests - and your legal rights - are protected. Our firm can provide the advice you need.

Practical Advice, Discreet Representation, Exceptional Service

At Standish Naimi Law Group in Las Vegas, we provide practical advice and discreet, strategic legal representation in important matters related to child custody, including parent relocation. Equipped with more than 65 years of combined legal experience, our attorneys focus solely on family law, offering exceptional personal service to clients who are navigating some of life's most difficult challenges.

Every relocation situation is different and should be approached with care. As your law firm, we will take the time to listen to your concerns, advocate for your interests and communicate with you on a regular basis. We can help you. Call us today.

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Talk to an experienced lawyer about your relocation matter. Contact us at (702) 998-9344. From our offices in Summerlin, we represent clients throughout Las Vegas and Southern Nevada.

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Standish Naimi Law Group Standish Naimi Law Group Standish Naimi Law Group logo A geographic move by a parent can be prompted by a new career, a business opportunity, a new relationship, a desire to be closer to family or by other factors. It can also lead to logistical problems with visitation and feed disputes with a child's other parent, bringing unwanted issues that call for experienced counsel. Under Nevada law, if one party has primary physical custody and he or she can show a good faith basis for relocating - and get written consent from the noncustodial parent -
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