Can my ex partner stop me from moving?

Can my ex partner stop me from moving?

Would a Court stop you and what exactly are your rights? The short and simple answer is your Ex-Partner cannot stop you moving away. The Courts recognise and will often sympathise with the Parent that will now have to live away from their child but will also realise that this is a practicality.

Will a judge let me move out of state?

Child Relocation Laws In this situation, the custodial parent will likely have to go to court and ask a judge for permission to move the child out-of-state. These “move-away cases” are among the most difficult types of custody disputes. A judge could even change custody arrangements in favor of the noncustodial parent.

What rights does the primary custodial parent have?

Children have a right to know and to be cared for by both parents, hence the introduction of the presumption of equal shared parental responsibility. A parent who exposes their child to abuse has no right to a relationship with that child, as the child’s most important right to be protected from harm.

Does the custodial parent have more rights?

There are two types of custody rights. These include legal custody rights and physical custody rights. Custodial rights are typically listed in a document called an order and is signed by a judge. Under a joint legal custody arrangement, both parents have the right to make decisions about how the child is to be raised.