Urbandale, IA asked in Child Custody for North Dakota

Q: Can I relocate 35 miles in state from non-custodial parent to be closer to work without letter of intent in ND?

I have found an affordable apartment right next to my work place 35 miles away from the non-custodial parent. My move will not affect his parenting schedule whatsoever and the move will benefit my daughter because I will be able to spend more time with her instead of her going to daycare during my commute time. He is threatening to take me to court to stop me from moving. Our divorce decree States that I only need permission from the court or non-custodial parent to move out of state and I want to move by June 1st and he is arguing that he needs a minimum of 60 days advance notice.

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Nicholas Nelson

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  • Wahpeton, ND
  • Licensed in North Dakota

A: Generally, the express terms of the Divorce Decree will prevail. However, I am unable to provide adequate legal advice without first speaking with you at length about the particular facts and circumstances of your situation.

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