For you to win over a child relocation case, all you need to understand is how it takes on the issues springing from the divorce. Divorcing couples usually focus on the more pressing concerns for them. However, the judges will always uphold the paramount interest to the child. The following are some of the things the court will consider in arriving at the child’s best interest:
What are the grounds for the relocation with the child?
Is the child well supported by the custodial parent?
Does the custodial parent have a stable job that will sustain the child even in a new city?
What is the kind of bond and relationship between the child and each parent?
Will the child’s upbringing be affected by the relocation?
Will the relocation affect the parent visitation of the child?