Moving


#1

There are many different ways this can be handled. If your Husband does not object to the move than you can both work out visitation and you can move. If he does object, you can go to court and see if you can get a visitation schedule worked out that works for both of you. I would recommend that the two of you discuss it and work it out if possible.

Helena M. Nevicosi
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#2

I have been separtated from my husband for 11 months now and we will be filing for divorce in a month. We share custody of our 3 year old daughter with myslef being the primary. He sees her every other weekend. I have been offered a job that would require my daughter and I to move 120 miles away. How are situations like this typically dealt with? What is the process that I would need to go through and does he have to consent? Thank you!

JAN