What Happens If a Parent Wants to Move?
- posted: Jun. 13, 2019
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Following a divorce, a person may wish to relocate within the state of Florida or move out of the state entirely for countless reasons. If the person is the parent of a child, however, it is not as simple as packing up and moving on. If the parent plans on taking the child with them, permission may be required.
Approval is required in cases where a parent intends to move their child’s primary residence at least fifty miles or more from the location reported in the last child custody order.
In cases where both parents agree the child may relocate, they may submit a relocation agreement with a minor child form to the court. The form typically states the revised parenting plan and the schedule for splitting time between the parents if the existing arrangement will be affected by the decision to relocate.
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