Legal Question in Family Law in Arizona

I have joint legal custody with my ex, he has primary. Recently he sent me a certified letter saying he plans on moving my children out of state in 60 days. Our papers state we can NOT move out of the county without written consent from the other party or court approved parenting plan. Neither of which he has sought out. What can happen if he takes them out of state?

Asked on 9/22/13, 7:01 pm

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Carlie Owsley Walker The Owsley Law Firm, PLLC
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You must file an objection with the Court immediately and request a hearing to try and block the relocation. I would need more information about your current orders to give you additional advice. Please know we offer free 30 minute consultations.


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Answered on 9/22/13, 9:46 pm

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