What to do if the custodial parent gave unsigned letter with intent to relocate out of state but the decree states children can not be moved with out permission?

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What to do if the custodial parent gave unsigned letter with intent to relocate out of state but the decree states children can not be moved with out permission?

What is our next step? Can we stop her?

Asked on October 15, 2012 under Family Law, Colorado

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Answered 9 years ago | Contributor

The proper course of action would be to file a petition with the court placing it on notice that the custodial parent is planning on moving out of state in violation of an existing court order. Given the exigent nature of the matter you are writing about I suggest that you consult with a family law attorney as soon as possible to assist you about the matter.


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