Learn About Relocation in Houston, TX with Bryan Fagan’s eBook
After a divorce, you may want to move on in many ways. You may even want to move to another city, state, or country, but this can become more difficult when you have children. If you want to relocate with your kids, you will need legal help, and if you are not the custodial parent, and your ex wants to relocate your children, you may need help challenging the relocation request.
In either situation, the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC has you covered. We can explain the legal basics of relocation in Texas with our Relocation eBook.
In his eBook, Bryan Fagan covers:
- The impact of relocation on child custody cases in Texas
- Geographic restrictions
- Moving from your county or country
- The best interest of the child
- Financial benefits
- Parenting time
- Meaningful community ties
- Family and extended family
- The child’s relationship with both parents
- The child’s health and education
- And more
If you are moving for an employment opportunity or to be closer to family, you may have a better case for relocating. Ultimately, Texas family law courts consider the best interest of the child or children in the context of your unique situation.
At the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC, we have seen many parents move to be closer to support networks and to better support themselves. Attorney Fagan’s eBook discusses ways to make relocation possible and situations where relocation may violate geographical restriction court orders.
No matter what you’re facing, the eBook can be a valuable resource. Fill out the form at the bottom of this page to download it – free of charge.
If you are facing a relocation case, you should also have the support of an experienced family law attorney. Our team is ready to hear about your case during a free consultation. Call us at (281) 810-9760 or contact us online to schedule yours today.