If I have legal custodial rights of both my children and I want to move out of state, can I do so without a fight from both the fathers?

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If I have legal custodial rights of both my children and I want to move out of state, can I do so without a fight from both the fathers?

Asked on August 21, 2012 under Family Law, Ohio

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Answered 9 years ago | Contributor

The best way to place everyone on notice about your desire to move out of state with your children is to get a written agreement from the other parents agreeing to your move out of state signed by all prepared by a family law attorney. If that is not going to work, you should the consider filing a petition with the court seeking approval via a court order to move out of state with your children where the other parent is given notice of the hearing.


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