Spokane parents who have gone through or are in the middle of a child custody dispute know the emotional toll it can take. The battle is one that involves deeply personal issues, and it can result in the determination of the amount of time a person will be able to spend with his or her child. Occasionally, one parent may need to move out of state or to another country, and this can cause a potential problem with a custody order.
Washington state parents who share custody across international borders know that these arrangements can be challenging. The Supreme Court agreed to hear a child custody case last week that will address international custody disputes and parental relocation.