If my ex girlfriend moved to another state and I file for visitation/child support, can the court order her back?

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Robert Jason De Groot

Answered On Apr 25, 2013
Not always. You must do this within a limited amount of time. If you wait for more than six months, the new state becomes the home state of the child. Get to an attorney in your area quickly.

John Arthur Smitten

Answered On Apr 26, 2013
If not married to her then generally she has the right to move. You need to file your papers with the court asap. Contact my office for free consultation 727-446-7659.