I would like to know if the expression in bold below is correct.
I cannot have a long talk now. Let's talk later. I am doing something with my mom related to moving to a new house.
This could be a line spoken in a situation where my mom and I are moving some new furniture for the new house and a call has just come from my friend who wants to have a long talk.
The part I am not sure is correct is "related to moving to a new house" in the sentence because it is placed far from the noun "something" that it modifies. I want to say "I am doing something related to a new house with my mom." but I want to emphasize the part "with my mom" so I have to place "with my mom" right behind "something". Then, the part "related to moving to a new house" goes after that, and it gets far from "something". Is it okay that the phrase that modifies a noun gets far from the noun?