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If the man you are marrying lives out of state would the courts consider that a legitimate reason to move your kids when you have primary physical custody?

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2015-07-15 19:27:21
2015-07-15 19:27:21

It all depends in what state you live in, but if the father wants to fight it he very well can and quite possibly win.

Even if Dad doesn't win, it's possible the court might order you to pay all travel expenses so that Dad can maintain his visitation, which can get expensive.

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