When you file for divorce and have minor children, the court will make a decision regarding who gets primary custody of those children. The court will also help you work out a visitation plan that allows the noncustodial parent to see and spend time with those children. Even if you have an arrangement already in place, you may want to look at some factors that can change that agreement.
One Parent Moves
Child visitation Hillsborough County agreements can change when one parent moves. If you have primary custody and need to move for work, you will need to petition the court to change your existing order. The noncustodial parent can challenge your move and claim that he or she cannot easily travel to see the children in your new city. You may find that the judge requires you to pay your former spouse’s travel to your new city or that … Read more