My ex has filed a motion to modify child support , but our youngest child has lived with me for more than our original court agreement of '50 - 50s for several years now . I have filed for primary residence , but am concerned about uprooting him from his school . Will it be possible for him to remain at his school , if the primary residence is in a different town ?
Family Law Attorney
that is qa question best put to the schoo board. I do not know if you are asking to keep your child in the school district where you live or work, or where your ex lives or works.
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Divorce / Separation Lawyer
Attorney Cohen gave you a great answer, and the only thing i would add woudl be that the courts will make sure that the best intertest of the children are protected. please work with a local atty and be cautious. take care.
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