Custody Geographic Restrictions in Mediation with Fran Brochstein
In this YouTube episode Fran Brochstein of FamilyLaw4u.com joins Mac and Natalia of OlowskaPierre.com to cover the most important aspects of geographic restriction – a clause in parenting plan and/or court order which says where a custodial parent with a child might live and freely move within. You can see how it is being used, what types of restrictions are used and why it often appears in mediation when a modification to the existing court order needs to be done. Inevitably it touches on relocating children and its international aspects, including the Hague Convention on Child Abduction. This is also where electronic visitation appears. Watch the video to learn what you need to pay attention to when you plan to relocate or when you are facing the situation where the other parent is trying to relocate with the child.