Can a parent with joint custody move to another state?
One parent can significantly complicate a joint custody arrangement by moving out of the state in which both resides. As a result, that parent may need court approval to move. If the parents can't agree on a solution, the court will try to determine how to modify the custody arrangement for the benefit of the child.
How far can a parent move with joint custody in KY?
The parent who wants to relocate out of state or by more than 100 miles needs to provide notice of the move to the other parent at least 60 days in advance. If the parents don't agree, the relocating parent will have to ask permission from the family court, and the matter will go to trial.
How many miles can a custodial parent move?
100 milesComp. Laws Ann. 722.31 provides that a custodial parent cannot move more than 100 miles away from the child's legal residence without seeking the court's permission.