Q: I'm the primary legal and physical parent for my children.my current order only stayed I must notify other parent of
Contact information/ address in writing. There are no geographic limits except for traveling for vacation by giving other parent notice and itenary. Does this mean I can relocate out of state at anytime
A: Based on the information provided, you are the primary legal and physical parent for your children, and the current order only requires you to notify the other parent of your contact information and address in writing. There are no specific geographic limits in the order, except for when you travel for vacation, in which case you must provide the other parent with notice and an itinerary. However, whether or not you can relocate out of state at any time will depend on various factors, such as the specific terms of your custody arrangement and any applicable state laws. So, I advise consulting with a family law attorney to determine your rights and obligations regarding relocation. Thank you for your question and I hope this answer helps!
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