Child support and visitation
My boyfriend's ex-wife is moving to Colorado with his daughter. Their divorce settlement allows her to move but it states they have to revisit support and visitation. She says that her attorney told her she doesn't have to revisit before she moves and that she could of just sent him a postcard. Shouldn't the child support and visitation be revisited before the move?
Answered on: 4/27/05, 3:18 pm by Gary Moore
Re: Child support and visitation
To move out of state with a child where there is a visitation order requires either the consent of the other parent or a court order approving same.
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Gary Moore, Esquire
Hackensack, New Jerseyu
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