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Asked on: 6/01/13, 5:00 pm

I live in Ohio my spouse and children need to relocate for my husband has a better job and we can get cheaper cost of living. 3-4 hours away but still in Ohio same state. Is there anything I have to do since my oldest son is from another man with the courts? I have custody and its not stated in our papers about relocating

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Answered on: 6/02/13, 10:17 am by Eric Willison

In Ohio, you must obey what ever the court order says about relocating. If the court order says nothing about relocating, then you can relocate, but be advised that you need to still be able to either comply with the visitation schedule, or if you find that impossible given the times and distances, then you need to file for a modification of the court's order.


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