Do I Have Any Rights To Stop My Exwife From Moving Out Of State With Our Children?
Today’s question comes to us from Gabe and he is concerned because his ex-wife wants to move outta state with the children and he does not want this to happen. He wants to know does he have any right to stop this.
My answer to this question is this, for anyone who wishes to move out of state with children after a divorce and an order has been assigned and filed with the court, they must have to have two ways to do this:
- The first way is you have to get permission from the other parent. The other parent must be in agreement and give you permission before you can relocate the children out of the state.
- The second way to do this is for you to file a motion with the court and have the court give the permission via an order allowing you to relocate with the children because the court has found that it is in the best interest of the children for you to relocate with the children even though the other parent is not in agreement.
Those are the only two ways that you can relocate out of state after you have been divorced and have a custody order in place. I hope that this has answered your question, Gabe. If you wanna discuss this further, go to vegasdivorcemeeting.com. I’ll be more than happy to sit down with you to discuss this a little bit further.
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