Q: Do I need an attorney and if so from which state, I live in ND but parenting plan was from FL
In 2012 judge granted me to relocate to TN from FL w/daughter. In 2014 we moved to ND, her dad was fine with. Our son that stayed w/dad has flown up here many times. Daughter has never been asked by dad to visit and he never calls her. I’m now seeking support so dad has filed contemp for not getting visitations when it was his fault. Do I need attorney?
A: It never hurts to consult an attorney. The laws on moves out-of-state vary between states and so it is important to know where he brought his motion. You should probably call an attorney in the state he brought the motion to see what your options are.
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