The smart move would be to file a relocation petition. If you move without the court's permission then NY will retain the right to hear your custody case for 6 months after you leave.
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If you wish to move out of state, you need to file a petition for relocation. Speak to an attorney to help you with this matter.
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Don't move prior to filing a relocation petition, otherwise you may lose that job offer and have you and your children's lives disrupted. Consult with counsel.
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You should file a request to relocate. If you moved without doing so the Court could direct you to return home to New York.
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