The Custodian Parent is going to move to a different statement with the child. There is a parenting plan, does she need to file a motion to modify the parenting plan in King County Superior court first before moving? Or she can just move without filing. I understand I can file an objection if needed.
She needs to comply with the relocation statute which requires 60 days written notice prior to the move. If she fails to comply, you need to file a motion restraining the move and perhaps a Petition to modify the PP. You should not try to do this alone -- it can be procedurealy complicated.
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