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chueygrl
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Re: relocation [Re: chueygrl]
      #213368 - 03/22/07 01:23 AM

this is the story..my ex husband was in prison when i divorced him. i met someone else in mississippi, i got exclusive rights to live where ever i want. i stupidly moved back to texas a week ago and have since want to return to my boyfriend in mississppi. now my ex is telling me if i leave, which i can, he will take me to court to try & get the kids...im wooried but want to desperatley go back home. my ex has been in jail several times then graduated on to prison, had a severe drug problem before going to prison and has relasped at least 2 times that i know of and has returned to jail at least once since. does he even have any chance at all???????????????

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Re: relocation [Re: chueygrl]
      #213544 - 03/22/07 02:17 PM

How long were you living in Miss. , if it was more than 6 months , the children are no longer residents of Texas . Was your permission to move stipulated ( agreed on ) or decided by a judge ? If it was agreed to he can petition the court for modification , if it was court ordered he only had 6 months to appeal the order .

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Re: relocation [Re: googledad]
      #213546 - 03/22/07 02:20 PM

i lived in miss for almost 3 years...then moved back to tx been here almost 2 weeks...i had i put in that i could move anywhere he signed while in prison the judge ok'd it

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Re: relocation [Re: chueygrl]
      #213547 - 03/22/07 02:21 PM

he owes back shild support and is also on parole

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Re: relocation [Re: chueygrl]
      #213561 - 03/22/07 02:36 PM

Do yourself a favor and don't keep moving back to Texas and the next time he goes to jail request sole custody in Miss . Texas should no longer have jurisdiction as you and the kids are Miss. residents .

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Re: relocation [Re: googledad]
      #213656 - 03/22/07 03:50 PM

I don't even think you are considered a resident of Texas yet. I think you have to live here 6 months. At this point you stay in Texas is more like a vacation. You would still be considered a resident of Mississippi.

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Re: relocation [Re: kaytee]
      #214021 - 03/22/07 08:04 PM

get back to Miss asap.I moved from Missouri to Texas 3 years ago. Now everything that pertains to the children(custody , visitation,access) is Texas jurisdiction. Only the child support stays in Mo.(where the ncp lives and the children were born) If you live in Miss. for more that 6 months you and child are legal residents. RUN

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Re: relocation [Re: hangnnthere]
      #214349 - 03/23/07 12:21 PM

so theres nothing he can do at this point really?

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Re: relocation [Re: chueygrl]
      #214551 - 03/23/07 08:16 PM

I don't believe so. In my case , I was only required to give him 60 days notice. I had to submit a parenting plan(visitation etc). My case was more complicated than yours. You and child are legal residents of miss. not texas.You have been on vacation.go home go go. My attorney told me that she had made cp move back but only because she had not given the proper notification. and that is because she was a legal resident of the state that she moved FROM. You are not a legal resident of Texas.

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Re: relocation [Re: hangnnthere]
      #216477 - 03/28/07 03:14 PM

update...im moving back saturday, ex says he's taking me to court to have me restricted to a 90 mile radius of dallas, i dont know what my chances will be, i lived there once before it was not a problem till i came back to texas then decided to go back to miss..any comments or opinions would be greatly appreciated.

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