Talk to an experienced South Carolina family attorney (4) and the availability of realistic alternative visiting systems that appropriately foster an ongoing relationship between the child and the non-conservative parent. The good news for parents without deprivation of liberty is that a parent in detention cannot simply pick up and move their child without the consent of the other parent; or if the other parent objects, without the consent of the court. In other words, if you raise objections, you must be prepared to plead your case forcefully in the family court so that the child can stay. The likelihood that the court will allow a parent of the deprivation of liberty society to relocate with his child depends in large part on the distance that the parent of the persons who fall back on liberty and how the unre withdrawn parent`s visitation plan is influenced, if any, as well as other specific circumstances of the case. If you are custodial non-parents, you may be rightly worried that your relationship with your children and your ability to spend time with them, they will move away from you. In this case, you can ask the court to change the existing custody rules. (See South Carolina Children`s Code, Title 63, Chapter 15.) Note, however, that there is a high bar to ask for changes successfully. They must demonstrate a substantial change in circumstances so that the interests of the children are better served by a change of custody. As stated in the Supreme Court of South Carolina, a parent who wishes to amend a custody order must demonstrate that (2) the likelihood that this approach will significantly improve the quality of life of parents and children is the result of a whim on the part of the parents and is not the result of a whim on the part of the parents; If you don`t have custody of your child, South Carolina`s custody right allows you to fight any steps that would affect your child`s visit. For example, if you want to move from Mount Pleasant to West Ashley or Summerville with your child, your Charleston child rights judge may prohibit you from moving unless there is a “compelling reason” to stop; or (b) you have previously agreed with your spouse not to move.
If you want to move with your child from Mount Pleasant to a location further away from South Carolina, your board of directors may change your education plan to change the visitation plan for non-child parents. Your board may also require you to pay a significant portion of the additional costs of transporting your child to and from Mount Pleasant for the children`s visit. A growing topic in today`s society, with the “shrinking world,” is how family courts will respond to the custodial parent who decides to move to another state for employment or other reasons. Of course, the problem is that parents are left without deprivation of liberty, who have otherwise withdrawn their end from the windfall through the help and use of the visit, because they know that the ability to spend time with their child is greatly reduced.