I have brought up moving out of state before and he was not ok with it. I however have a better opportunity for work along with my partner in Alabama. I have told him before that until school age we could set up a month to month exchange but he seem set on trying to keep us in Vermont. I feel that my daughter would have better opportunities as she gets older in a different state. What do I do?
It may be time to put a formal custody and visitation order in place. Contact a family law attorney to assist you. This is not a do-it-yourself project.
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