When one parent decides to relocate to another state with a minor child at any point during or after a divorce case, the court will want to know if it is in the best interest of the child. The court will also want to know how involved each parent is with the minor child.
Often, the court can order a requirement that either party provide advance written notice of at least 90 days to the court, the other party, or both, of there is an intention to relocate permanently. The 90 day notice is not required if there are allegations of abuse.
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