Family Law – Relocation Issues
Current Florida Law (since 2006) requires a parent who intends to relocate more than 50 miles away from his or her residence to notify the other parent of the proposed relocation in writing via a “Notice of Intent to Relocate” and must file a “Certificate of Filing Notice of Intent to Relocate.”
The parent who has been put on notice of the proposed move must verify and serve a written objection within 30 days or the law presumes that the relocation is in the best interest of the child and the relocation will be allowed.
If you have been served with a Notice of Intent to Relocate or wish to relocate and you feel it is in the best interest of your child to do so, please contact Hardesty, Tyde, Green, Ashton & Clifton .
What constitutes a personal injury?
The most common personal injury is an auto accident, but the broad definition encompasses any situation where a person suffers harm due to the negligence of another person or entity. Early identification of a personal injury is important to the legal process. Many serious injuries occur each year involving:
– Auto accidents
– Premises liability accidents such as injuries caused by a slip and fall
– Medical malpractice/nursing home injuries
– Wrongful death
– Work-related accidents
– Animal attacks
– Faulty or malfunctioning products (product liability)