Murrieta Jurisdiction Attorney
Has Your Child Been Moved Away?
At The Grey Legal Group, APC, one of the many complex matters we handle
in divorce cases is jurisdiction custody issues. We are highly knowledgeable
in this field of law. Although it is not the only reason, the most common
jurisdiction issues that arise in custody cases are when one parent has
recently moved to another state with a child.
At our firm, our Murrieta family law attorneys have helped clients throughout Temecula and Riverside
& San Diego Counties. We provide you with valuable information and
ensure that you are aware of your rights and options at all times.
Contact us online today to learn more.
How Are Jurisdiction Cases Handled?
divorce where both parents or spouses live in the same state, there will be no
question of jurisdiction. However, when one parent moves away there is
often a complex process involving children and opinions or statements
from each parent. Courts from each state will hear arguments under the
Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Enforcement Act to determine the "home
state" of the child. The prevailing court will then have the jurisdiction
to make orders.
Jurisdiction issues may also arise when at least one spouse is a member
of the armed services or a family has gone through a
Jurisdiction may affect matters including:
The basis for the U.S. and State Constitutions provides each branch of
government the ability to enact and enforce laws. This remains true in
the family court system as California has determined what criteria must
be met to make orders on matters. Different states have different criteria
for a divorce filing. It may become necessary to determine which state
should in fact be granting a divorce and dividing property.
You can count on our firm to represent you effectively in any legal matter
relating to jurisdiction - contact our office now at 951.363.2255 for a