Until a custody order is rendered, he has no rights to the child and no rights to prevent your move. You cannot be expected to sit around, putting your life on hold in anticipation that he may try to get visitation rights.
If, however, he has instituted proceedings it is advisable that you notify him and his attorney of your move.
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