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If a father with partial custody wants to move out of state what kind of visitation rights can the he expect to have with the children?

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2016-08-08 17:08:15
2016-08-08 17:08:15

Generally, in regards to a voluntary move, the parties need to come to some sort of an agreement about visitations. There are so many factors that must be considered: the age of the children, the distance that must be travelled, whether the parent who is moving can travel back for visits, etc. The party that moves should not expect the parent with physical custody to incur expenses relating to the visitations. If the parties cannot agree on a plan they will need legal advice.

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2015-07-15 19:21:11
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How often can he come back to visit? Does he have an apartment in town? What is the best interests of the children? What does he propose? Is the x-wife agreeable? Have they been to concilation court?

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