Q: I have been in another city with my child for about 8 years, had another child and got married.
1st dad may see her once a year, but that is not a guarantee and as of today, he doesn't pay child support (I filed recently). Can the biological father of my first child get legal sole or joint custody and make us move back to the same city he is in?
A: No- it is too late. Your ex should have done something many years ago if he wanted to contest the move. He will probably go back to court and ask for more time with his child, though, in retaliation of you asking for child support.
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