Ex is moving back to NC


#1

Dear ZJinNC:

Greetings. Yes, the move would constitute a change in circumstances. Sit down and talk with her and only agree to what you believe is in your child’s best interests. Thank you.

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Law Firm

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Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
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#2

My ex and I did a mediated agreement two years ago in March. She then moved to TN with her new husband. Our agreement was that we had joint custody, that our daughter live with me through the school year and she’s with her mother for most of the summer (I get her for two weeks during the summer). She visits her mom once a month for a long weekend during the school year as well as spring break, and we rotate major holidays.

My ex has now informed me that she is moving back to my city in NC. She wants to meet with me to discuss this change and I’m sure to see how to modify it.

I fought very hard to have my daughter stay with me, because I don’t feel her mom is a good role model and it’s in her best interest to spend the majority of her time with me.

Does this move constitute a change in circumstance? What are my options and what should I do?

Thanks!