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In Georgia can you move out of state if you have joint custody with the other parent?

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2014-05-11 13:19:51
2014-05-11 13:19:51

If you have joint custody, you cannot move out of the state with the child without the other parent's consent. Even if you have sole legal custody you cannot interfere with the other parent's visitation rights by moving. The visitation order must be modified. Absent the consent of the other parent, you need the permission of the court.

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