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A custodial parent who is contemplating any move that would interfere with the non-custodial parent's custodial and visitation rights must return to court to seek a new custodial and/or visitation agreement. Courts view this issue with the focus being on the child's best interests and that includes the importance of having access and time with both parents. This issue is viewed not as permission for the parent to move but for permission to move the child. See links for more information.

http://www.writerlaw.com/every-custodial-parent-needs-know-california-move-away-law/


https://www.divorcenet.com/resources/child-custody-and-relocation-laws-california.html

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Q: Did California recently pass a law that will only allow a custodial parent to move a certain amount of miles away from the non-custodial parent?
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Can a noncustodial parent legally make the custodial parent live in a certain county or state?

Not arbitrarily. He or she could request the court to issue such an order, but the decision would be made by the judge hearing the case.


How long does a noncustodial parent have to notify the custodial parent of a release of claim to exemption that the custodial parent previously released to the noncustodial parent?

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What rights does a noncustodial parent have to a child?

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Can it be part of the divorce decree who gets to claim the children for tax purposes?

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Can the non custodial parent have child sleep on the floor?

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Does the non-custodial parent need permission to leave the country?

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