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Concerns when transferring a family law case across state lines

Family law issues can become more complex when you move across state lines. Due to how family law works, it can become confusing to know your rights and what you should do with such cases. If you want to move to a different state, there are things you will need to understand about how that will impact your case, and at Kniess Law, LLC, we want to ensure you understand your options.

We understand and can handle family law issues in Wisconsin and Minnesota. This is incredibly beneficial when you want to cross state lines with your case.

Common issues

You will probably run up against some common issues as you begin to approach the transfer of your case. Specifically, child custody issues are often complex and difficult because it requires securing the right to move with the child.

You will also need to modify your divorce agreement and other legal agreements surrounding your family. You may need to modify child support or prove that relocation is in the best interests of your child.

Determine the right move

One thing to keep in mind is that each state has different laws. You may find it is better to keep your case in this state rather than to transfer it, which is possible. You want to take time to research and discover how the laws in each state will impact your case. This can help you to find the one that will be more favorable to you and your situation.

Find out more about common family law concerns on our website.