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Answered 2010-07-24 14:08:15

Yes. The non-custodial can move. However, that parent must provide the custodial parent with their new address and visitations may become a source of problems. Therefore, you should file a modification of your visitation agreement prior to the move so that the need for travel and the added expenses for long distance visitations will be addressed in a new order. This is especially important if you will be moving to another state. Generally, states will honor and enforce court ordered child support and custody orders from other states.

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