Preliminary Injunction


#1

If there is no order in place that says you cannot move then you would not be violating a court order if you moved. I cannot tell you if it would have other implications without meeting you and reviewing the facts of your case.

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#2

If a Preliminary Injuction is filed and no Order has been granted and a Notice of Hearing is scheduled a month from now - does the Motion stop me from moving in 2 weeks - even though I have given notice and provided a substantial visitation schedule? We are not leaving the State just the to a city 3 hours away. Also, I have sole custody. The Preliminary Injuction does not state that I have to remain in the current county until the hearing - it is seeking an Order from the Court to stop the move