Disposition Toward Move Aways

This is decided on a case by case basis. I would need to examine the specific facts of your case before I was able to give you an answer to this question.

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I just read an article on Divorce Net about “move away” custody cases.

divorcenet.com/states/nation … way_issues

The author writes:

“If you are seeking a move-away order or trying to prevent a move-away order, you would be wise to consult an attorney to find out if your jurisdiction is permissive or restrictive in ruling on these cases.”

How can I determine if NC courts are more lenient or restrictive when a custodial parent wants to move away with the children?