It depends upon what your separation agreement or consent order states. You will need to provide more information regarding the custody arrangement
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Originally posted by freedom1
Okay I admitt it. I am tired of being pushed over. My spouse of 11yrs walked out on Christmas Eve with the other woman, we had a good loving relationship. He married me when I had a 10mo old daughter, I got pregnant, we got married and then 5 years ago I was saved and we had another girl 4yr old. He was my night in shinning armour, I believe in him that he can overcome this, lust and pride issue.
We are and were very involved in church, and a woman came along to destroy it all. Don’t get me wrong, he is to be held accountable too in this situation.
How do I begin to pick up the pieces. He has walked out on us before, and came back, but things did not change. I did change, but he refuses to change. I really think this is it for me.
Can I move to another state if we have joint custody… I want to finish nursing school and move to california where all my family is. I have no support here except church family who have been awesome and really need help with the 3 girls.
Legally can he make me stay in this state? I don’t want to be held captive somewhere where I do not want to be for the next 14 years. He has a flexible career where he can move and live anywhere in North America. (he is a policeman)
Potentially I want to move on with what God has for me and the girls, can he really try to stop me. Emotinally he has no ground to try and stop me but does the law?
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