Wheaton post-divorce relocation lawyerA divorce under any circumstances can be difficult, and when a couple has a child, that can further complicate the process. Typically, parents do not want to give up time with their child once the marriage ends, but changes to children’s and parents’ schedules are a reality of divorce. One parent may be allocated the majority of the parental responsibilities. However, the other parent does have a right to parenting time, which can be addressed with a parenting plan. In some cases, one of the parents may wish to move out of state to be near family members or due to a job transfer or new career opportunity. Depending on the circumstances, child support or parenting time may need to be modified. Therefore, it is important to ensure that parental rights are not violated in any way.

Illinois Divorce Law Pertaining to Relocation

Under Illinois law, if a parent wants to move with his or her child, a written notice must be given to the other parent at least 60 days before the relocation. The relocating parent also needs to submit a copy of the notice to family court for approval. This legal document should contain information such as:

  • The date of the move

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