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If you have primary physical custody and joint legal custody can the noncustodial parent stop a child from moving overseas if the parent has been assigned by the Air Force to a station overseas?

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i think the real question is whats best for the child which i think is too often not asked - if your job keeps you away from a young child for long periods of time, if its possible you could be deployed without your child, then perhaps its best for the child to be with the other parent - rather than think what you want please do consider the best interest of the child - please do talk it out with the other parent and your child and do whatever is the best thing for all
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