Letter Description & Explanation
Use the Letter of Intent to Relocate with the minor child or children to notify the non-custodial parent of your intentions. If the other party objects to the relocation, it is typically up to the other parent to file such objection with the court. Make sure you understand the UCCJA (jurisdiction) laws regarding custody, visitation, and relocation and how it is applicable in your state. Typically a custody order will specifically address relocation. Make sure you are following any current or existing court order regarding relocation of the minor child or children and if you are unsure, you should be contacting a lawyer.
If you do not have a current or existing court order regarding custody or visitation, it is important to make sure you notify the other parent, not only of your intention to relocate but also where you will be residing so the other parent has access to the minor child or children.
The options to relocate with children can be quite constrictive. The court keeps a short leash on custodial parents with intentions to preserve the child's relationship with the estranged parent.
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