she is going through yet another divorce and has another child with her previous husband. So she would be leaving with 2 children with different fathers.
The real question is how her planned move will interfere with your visitation with your child. If it will be a real impediment to keeping what you have now, run, do not walk, to Family Court and file a visitation (or custody) petition to prevent the move. Hire a good lawyer on the way to the courthouse.
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She cannot relocate with the children without either the permission of the fathers or the leave of the court.
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She can move out of the country with your child only with your permission or permission from the court. If you and your child are very closely bonded, moving the child to a distant location would not act in the best interests of your child and the move will not be permitted.
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