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I have legal primary custody of my 10 yearl old son. Visitation for his mother in the decree states every other weekend and every other holiday and one night during the week. I am sharing equal time with her though, as he has sisters from her first marriage and I don't really want to keep him from her. I have a few questions concerning moving out of the area, but in the same state. Several years ago after I obtained primary legal custody, I moved to California to start a new business. As I was going to be working alot and didn't know anyone there, I gave my son back to his mom. She was in a much better place then. They moved out a year later to live with me. Both her and him. They lived with me for 6 months then moved back to Missouri. I stayed then bought a home in Missouri and commuted back and forth. She moved into my home with her daughters and our son and lived there for a little over a year. When I moved back home, we realized why we got divorced in the first place and she move out a few blocks away. Keeping him in the same school district, so I allow her visitation whenever she wants it. Basically-I have him one week but not Wednesday night, and she has him one week, but not Wednesday night. It has worked out fairly well. I might have to move back to the other side of the state for work. Can I move within the state and take my son, as I am the primary legal parent? How much notice if any do I have to give her? Does she have any leverage to keep him here?
By: Guest
Date: Thu-Feb-18-2016-
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>Well it sounds like you are being more than fair with the mother, allowing her so much more time with the child than what is stipulated, any vebal arrangements between you and your ex outside of the court order, is good but not legal and binding, you need to just remember that you have to follow the stipulations of the court, the law does state if the custodial parent wants to relocate over 50 miles from the residental area that the custodial parent lived at the time of the orignal order, or if thecustodial parent wants to relocate out of state that that parent has to have consent from the non-custodial parent, and if that parent agree's then you both have to file that agreement with the court. If the non-custodial parent has to file a petition with the court to ask to relocate if the non-custodial parent does not consent, wen doing this that leaves the door open for the non-custodial parent to file for custody. You should consult with a lawyer prior to moving.
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Date: Thu-Feb-18-2016
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