The visitation schedule is likely to change, however assuming the only thing that has changed is dads location, then Dad would still be entitled to some visitation. Whether it would be exactly the same amount would depend on what is in the child's best interest and logistics.
I agree with the other attorney’s answer. The court is generally interested in maintaining consistent and enduring contact between parent and child. Just because the non-custodial parent is moving away, does not mean that parent’s visitation with the child automatically ends. It will, however, require more creativity to figure out a visitation schedule. Alternating weekends may prove more difficult for an out of state parent. The other parent may request a modification to the existing order that is more reflective of the present circumstances.
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Just because the non-custodial parent moved out of state move does not mean his visitation rights vanish. The court would see it best to maintain consistent and continuing contact with both parents. The schedule, however, is going to need some modification, as the current schedule will most likely not be feasible due to the distance between the two of you.