Muskego, WI asked in Child Custody, Child Support and Family Law for Wisconsin

Q: I have sole custody / primary placement. Can I move out of WI or will I need to get permission?

We were never married, current orders only state visitation details. Dad is to submit to me monthly drug test results in order to see child..he has been out of jail since March of 2019 has not given me any results or complied with order. Dad spent 3 years in jail on for felony gun and drug charges. He is on probabtion for 4 years, he is 12,000 in arrears for child support and isnt paying support at the moment. Child support has issued a final notice for license suspension. Do I need to fight him on moving out of state? Do I need permission from the dad? And would a judge likely Grant me permission to leave? Interested in re locating out west, my daughter is 12 and wants to move as well. She has no desire to see her dad. My current child support orders do not specify anything about moving out of state.

1 Lawyer Answer
David N. Iancu
David N. Iancu
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  • Milwaukee, WI
  • Licensed in Wisconsin

A: That depends on what your current orders say. The laws on removal are complicated and were recently changed. I strongly recommend seeking advice of counsel before doing anything in this case.

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