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Certainly! Now that you live closer there is no reason you can't have the courts revise the custody papers and you have split custody of the child(ren). However, the two of you are adults and it's best (if you trust each other) that you try to settle things between you without having to go to court. If your ex is uncooperative it's time to have those custody papers revised.

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Q: If you have joint custody with standard visitation and not living in the same city and you were to move near your ex is it possible to fight for 50 50 residential custody?
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