FAM--Relocation/Visitation Quiz Stats

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--orwritten consent of other parent prior to any relocation
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'Relocation' means
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--or
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A parent entitled to primary custody of a child shall notify...
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What kind of notice is required?certified registered mail
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Even before a temporary relocation, we requirejudicial pre clearance
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FACTORS TO DETERMINE CONTESTED RELOCATION*
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Factor #1Nature, quality, extent of involvement, and duration of child's relationship with parent proposing to relocate
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--withnonrelocating parent, siblings, and other significant persons in child's life
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Factor #2Age, developmental stage, needs of child, and likely impact relocation will have on child's physical, educational, and emotional development
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--taking into consideration anyspecial needs of child
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Factor #3Feasibility of preserving a good relationship between nonrelocating parent and child through suitable visitation arrangements
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--taking into consideration thelogistics and financial circumstances of parties
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Factor #4Child's preference
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--taking into consideration the age and maturity of child
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Factor #5Whether there is an established pattern of conduct of the parent seeking relocation
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--either to promote or thwart relationship of child and nonrelocating party
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Factor #6Whether relocation of child will enhance general quality of life for both parent seeking relocation and child
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--including, but not limited tofinancial or emotional benefit or educational opportunity
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Factor #7Reasons of each parent for seeking or opposing relocation
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Factor #8Current employment and economic circumstances of each parent
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--andwhether proposed location is necessary to improve circumstances of parent seeking relocation
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Factor #9Extent to which objecting parent has fulfilled financial obligations to parent seeking relocation
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--includingchild support
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--spousal support
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--community property obligations
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Factor #10Feasibility of relocation by objecting parent
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Factor #11History of substance abuse or violence by either parent
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--including a consideration of the severity of such conduct and failure or success of any attempts at rehabilitation
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Factor #12Other factors affecting best interest of child
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BURDEN OF PROOFProposed relocation is made in good faith and is in best interest of child
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--In considering child's best interest, the court shall consider thebenefits which the child will receive directly or indirectly
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--from anenhancement in the relocating parent's general quality of life
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SECURITY*
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--Court may require the parentrelocating child to provide reasonable security
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VISITATION*
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A parent not granted custody or joint custody of a child isentitled to reasonable visitation rights
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--UNLESS after a hearing, court finds visitation not in best interest of child
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FACTORS IN DETERMINING BEST INTERESTS OF CHILD FOR VISITATION
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Factor #1 Length and quality of prior relationship between child and relative
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Factor #2Whether child is in need of guidance, enlightenment, or tutelage which can best be provided by relative
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Factor #3Preference of child
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Factor #4Willingness of relative to encourage a close relationship between child and his parent
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Factor #5Mental and physical health of child and relative
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Something must happen tonatural conduit of child's affections
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--It is only the parent's of a person who hasdied
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--wasinterdicted
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--orincarcerated
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