Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Act
Below is a table with links to the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Act for each state. The Act has been adopted by all 50 states and the District of Columbia. These web sites are typically maintained by the state government and provide an easy way to navigate through 100’s of pages of on-line text
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STAYING PUT-- Many parents attempt to live in proximity at the onset of their divorce, so the issue of relocation -- generally defined as more than an excursion distance, or 100 miles -- comes up after the parents have been divorced for some time. A change in a career or job placement is often the primary cause for relocation. A distance relocation at the time of divorce (or shortly thereafter) is often a desire by the custodial parent to return to his or her hometown to be with family.
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