Many times I am asked as a New Jersey Child Custody Attorney, what can be done if a non-custodial parent is restricting them from taking their children on vacation out of state or out of the country.
- You must go to court and file a motion.
- You will have to advise the court the reasons you are request to take the children out of the area.
Are you wanting to go on vacation, but the non-custodial parent is now allowing them to travel? Contact experienced New Jersey Child Custody Attorney Brian Freeman to fight for you.