There have been some recent changes to child relocation custody analysis in New Jersey last year. New Jersey has set aside a thirty-year old precedent that no longer assumes it is in the best interest of a child to relocate out of state with the primary custodial parent. The Bisbing decision has been extensively commented on by seasoned New Jersey practitioners, and most attorneys seem to think it was a good idea for the courts to re-align best interest of the child as the predominant factor to consider where one parent wants to relocate. But if you are a parent with primary custody and want to move to a different state for valid reasons, is it still possible to do so with your children? You should speak with an attorney to find out how. Consult the Law Offices of Sadaf Trimarchi for a consultation about relocating or other custody decisions.