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San Antonio, TX asked in Family Law for Texas

Q: My childrens mother is moving them to Anchorage Alaska from San Antonio Texas. I do not agree with this what can I do?

My children do not want to move with their mother. We do have a child support agreement and we share custody of the children.

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Kathy Elizabeth Roux
Kathy Elizabeth Roux
Answered
  • Grapevine, TX
  • Licensed in Texas

A: You should review the custody order regarding the terms of custody for you and their mother. Generally, there is language in the custody order that prevents one parent from moving the children a certain distance away from the other parent, and from moving the children out of the state because Texas courts have jurisdiction over the children.

You may hire an attorney to file a pleading contesting their mother moving them out of the state, set it for hearing, and provide their mother with notice of the filing and the hearing. You may want to request injunctive relief to prevent their mother from moving the children.

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