Attentive Advocacy For Divorced Clients Requesting Or Contesting A Parental Relocation
Many post-divorce parental relocations by a custodial parent are entirely legitimate for purposes of business or military transfer, job-seeking or employment in another state or the urgent need for specialized health care available outside Michigan, just to name a few.
Other requests for a change of domicile may be interpreted as a method of spiriting a child or children away from a co-parent, disturbing child access routines and intentionally driving an emotional wedge between a child and his or her father or mother.
If you need to move your family elsewhere and require a post-judgment modification of a divorce settlement agreement, to formalize that goal — if you suspect that a relocation is part of a pattern of parental alienation against you — you could benefit from the participation of a skilled, experienced family law attorney.
Susan Cohen, founder of the Law Office of Susan E. Cohen in Bloomfield Hills, can be that kind of focused, formidable lawyer who protects your rights. Susan has skillfully and successfully advocated for a broad range of clients in these difficult, potentially divisive situations for more than 20 years. In every case she handles, her goal is to formulate practical, personal solutions that stand the test of time and provide lasting peace of mind.