Each state in the United States has its own laws regarding domestic relations. In today’s more mobile society, it frequently occurs that parents live in different states at the time custody or child support issues first arise, or that either or both of the parents have moved from the state where a custody or child support order has already been entered. The intersection of the various states’ domestic relations laws may present complications in resolving custody and support matters, from where to file to which state’s laws apply to your case.
When facing interstate custody and child support matters, it is important to choose an attorney who is experienced in dealing with the complicated legal issues that may arise. The attorneys at the Law Office of Peter J. Laemers have represented clients in many interstate custody and support matters. Contact our office for a free ½ hour consultation so that you know your rights.