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Relocation After a Divorce or Paternity Judgment 2019

Product ID: CA2908D
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

When mom or dad wants to move away with the kids

After a divorce or paternity judgment, a Wisconsin parent cannot simply move away with a minor child. And in the wake of Wisconsin’s new relocation statute, requirements and procedures have changed for cases that either commenced or modified a custody or placement order on or after April 5, 2018. Brush up on these latest developments by attending Relocation After a Divorce or Paternity Judgment.

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When mom or dad wants to move away with the kids

After a divorce or paternity judgment, a Wisconsin parent cannot simply move away with a minor child. And in the wake of Wisconsin’s new relocation statute, requirements and procedures have changed for cases that either commenced or modified a custody or placement order on or after April 5, 2018. Brush up on these latest developments by attending Relocation After a Divorce or Paternity Judgment.

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Christopher Krimmer is a partner in the Family Law Division of DeWitt LLP in Madison. A leading authority on same-sex divorce in Wisconsin, Christopher is a Fellow of the Wisconsin Law Foundation and a Fellow of the esteemed national American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. In 2015, the Wisconsin Law Journal recognized him as a “Leader in the Law” for advancing the legal profession’s understanding of the rights of gay men and lesbians. He speaks extensively—across the state and nationally—on legal issues involving family law, estate planning and same-sex relationships.

  • Know the five things that must be included in a motion for relocation
  • Understand ways how the non-moving parent can object to the move
  • Comprehend the legal presumptions behind the new law
  • Learn how to discern whether your cases fall under the new or old statute
  • Family law practitioners
  • Guardians ad Litem
  • General practitioners
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