Relocating Parent Ordered to Provide Visitation by Skype


One parent’s post divorce desire to relocate with children creates a practical and legal dilemma; if the non custodial parent has a close relationship with the children, and the children are permitted to relocate, their relationship will certainly suffer.

The reasons for the move, which are generally described as benefiting the custodial parent and the children, must be carefully weighed against the negative effect the move will have on the non-custodial parent’s relationship with the children.

One judge came up with a clever solution- video or tele-conference visitation.

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