This is a very broad question and I will not repeat the general advice offered by my franchise colleagues - however, because Ohio does have a tricky Business Opportunity Law that may apply here and contains a 5-day right of cancellation (which is not activated or triggered until NOTICE of that right is given - which under the current law may last forever until there is compliance (this was recently amended but may apply to you if you already purchased), you may have the right to cancel or...
It is impossible to give accurate advice on this without seeing the documents. However, have you asked them to refund the initial franchise fee? If you haven't you should - they probably will not just offer it; ask and see what happens. After that, if they refuse the refund, you will need to retain franchise counsel to find the pressure points. Good luck.
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Another aspect you need to consider is what governing law is specified in the agreement - this may have an impact on the enforce-ability of the post-term non-compete provision that may be implicated due to your desire to start your own company. But I also agree that the agreement is not "void" due to the move and that this an area that requires the help of experienced franchise counsel.