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2009-06-22 00:39:22

You MUST know the law of the state in which the original custody order was entered. You may need to proceed in that state. In most states a change of custody can only occur if a parent can show a change of circumstances that directly affects the well being of the child. Some states will allow you to proceed without a lawyer if both parents agree to a particular change. The clerk of court or another judicial office may have forms to be completed and presented to a judge. The judge can then enter an order to make the change permanent. If the parents cannot agree, or the state does not allow you to proceed without an attorney, then you need to find an attorney. You will need to explain to the attorney why things have changed so dramatically that the custody of the children should be disturbed. You should be aware that some states will not allow any change of custody within a specified time period from the original decree.

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You petition the court to modify the custody order.


First, a injunction should be filed to stop the move, or have the parent ordered to return the child to the jurisdiction of the court. Further, a motion for contempt for interference in custody, and a motion to modify the custody order due to this violation.


The court would have to modify the custody order. You need to discuss it with your custodial parent.



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A motion for custody or modification to an existing custody order must be filed in the jurisdiction where the child legally resides.


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A motion is not a court order, and she can only get a temporary order of custody while in possession, unless she lied to the court. see Dads House below.


It is possible to vacate a temporary custody order without an attorney by filing the paperwork with the court yourself. However, it is advisable to consult an attorney.


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