CAN I MOVE MY CHILD OUT OF THE COUNTY?
Nov. 8, 2017
My boyfriend or girlfriend lives in another county. I want to move to the other county so we can live together. Can I take my child (ren) with me?
Whether you can take your child(ren) out of county depends.
If there’s no other living parent or person with custodial rights, then you can move so long as no court order prevents the move.
Otherwise, you’d do well to get the court’s permission before you take any other steps towards moving.
If you move without court approval, then don’t be surprised if the court changes the parenting time arrangement.
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