You certainly can. You can file a motion in court asking the court to stop her from violating your shared parental responsibility rights and to hold her in contempt because of her intentional actions. Also, if she moves more than 50 miles away from her prior home, she needs to comply with the notice requirements of Florida Statutes Section 61.13001. If she has not complied with that statute, you can file a motion asking the court to require her to move the child back and to hold her in contempt.
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