Proving Good Faith in a Case

There are some states that need the relocating parent to come up with a statement that narrates the "good faith" that underlies the reason for the relocation. This is most true when move would adversely affect a child's academics, emotional well-being and social connection. The following are some reasons grounded on good faith:

Being able to address these issues is an important thing in winning a relocation case. The court’s main concern is that the proposed relocation to another city or state would be in the best interest of the children.

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