New York Child Custody and Visitation Agreements – Think About Traveling with Children

Rincker Law Family/Matrimonial Law 1 Comment

The Courts have found travel to be in the best interest of the child. Consequently, a parent should not unreasonably withhold consent for the child to travel with the other parent. If the non-traveling parent unreasonably withholds consent then the court can override the non-traveling parent’s objection to the travel.  See Matter of Arroyo v. Agosta, 2010 NY Slip Op …

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