Ask a Buffalo Attorney: Can my ex-husband say where me and the kids need to live?


Andrew Tabashneck is the founding partner of the Tabashneck Law Firm

The Tabashneck Law Firm founded by Andrew Tabashneck

If you have a custody agreement, then it is very likely that you are not permitted to leave the area. Typically, custody agreements contain a provision relating to relocation. If your ex-husband has legitimate issues with the quality of the housing and the safety of the children, he could bring you to Family Court to change the physical custody of the children so that he has physical custody.

There is also a chance that child protective services could be alerted relating to the quality of housing and the impact the housing has on the children.

It is not easy to understand laws in New York State. Sometimes it’s best to ask a Buffalo Criminal Attorney for guidance. If you are looking for free legal advice buffalo ny from a criminal defense attorney buffalo ny, and facing criminal charges or in the middle of a criminal case, contact Andrew Tabashneck, Esq., today

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