What Do I Need To Do If I Want To Move To A New State With My Children After Divorce?
If you want to move to a new state with your children after a divorce, it is very important that you review the custody order that is currently in place. You may not have the ability to leave your current geographic location. And if you do not have that ability, you may have to obtain a modification. First I recommend talking with your ex and seeing if y'all can reach an agreement. If not, this may require you taking this to court
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