Q: If a father is on supervised visitation, can the mother move to a different state w/o reporting to court
the youngest daughter (13) wants to move with her dad so the mom moved from Texas to Florida without telling anyone. How do the visitation work with this situation? And was the mother supposed to report that she was moving?
It depends on your current court order. Usually, most orders contain a geographical restriction which orders that the custodial parent cannot move the child away.
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