Can I divorce someone in another state?
You can file for divorce in a state other than the state in which you are married, as long as you meet residency requirements. If you do not meet the residency requirements for the state in which you are attempting to file for divorce, your divorce complaint can be rejected.
What happens if one parent moves out of state?
However, an out-of-state custody agreement generally designates one parent as the sole custodian, with visitation rights to the out-of-state parent. If you or the other parent currently have joint custody, but one of you must move out of state, custody generally goes to whichever parent stays in the state.
How do I transfer my jurisdiction to another state?
If you have moved, you can ask the court that issued the original order to change the jurisdiction to the new state that you are in. Under certain circumstances, you can ask the court in the new state to modify the order without going back to the original state.
Can you file contempt of court in another state?
A. What is the procedure for contempt? Usually you must file a motion in an existing case, in the same county and court that entered the original order. If you have an order from another county or state, you must take extra steps to start a new court case in the new county.