It depends what the current order says and if there is a Judgment, what the Judgment states.
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That really depends on what provisions are in the current order- in terms of traveling, in terms of child care, etc. If Custodial Parent is not opposed to Non-Custodial Parent traveling with the child to California (and to be safe they get that in writing), it really is a non issue. It is when they are not in agreement that the existing order mandates what they can and cannot do. Without those facts, it is hard get more specific in terms of an answer...
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