BartSimpson wrote:Probably not if the move was local. Telling you is a formality, she didn't need your permission.
How far did she move?
hopeful dad wrote:I may be in a similar boat. I am curious what is considered as "local"?
americandadof5 wrote:Depending on your current order pertaining to your time sharing agreement, moving x amount miles away from the other parent may be the only thing that can become an issue because it can be argued that the new distance can affect your current time sharing. Many times its 50 miles
americandadof5 wrote:making a fuss over a parent moving isnt really a move worth making unless it will affect your time sharing agreement. If the distance is too far, will it change your reasonable ability to maintain the same schedule of contact you have with your child.
For example, if mom lived 40 miles west of you and then one day now lived 40 miles east of you, notifying you ahead of time really is as a courtesy but not something i think you want to waste resources on in court fighting.
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