New Jersey Child Custody Attorney Explains if the Non Custodial Parent Can Travel with the Kids
As an experienced New Jersey Child Custody Attorney, I am often asked if a non custodial parent can travel with their children.
- The non-custodial parent’s ability to take the child outside the state of New Jersey depends on the kind of travel.
- A prearranged vacation – so long as both parents are fully informed of the details – should be acceptable.
- Travel outside the country, or removing the child from the state on a more permanent basis, may necessitate formal application/documentation regarding the terms for permanent removal of the child.
Are you a non custodial parent looking to take your child on a trip away from home? If so, contact or call our team at (201) 880-9770 to help you make it possible.
This educational video was brought to you by Carrie Schultz, an experienced New Jersey Child Custody Attorney.