My fiancée was served papers with an order to not move her child from out of the county/state and also a request for joint custody. She is the sole custodial parent of the child as the father passed away prior to her child being born. She is planning on moving to move to the city I live in which is out of state and we are planning on getting married. Is it even possible that this can be awarded? How can a grandparent with no custodial or parental rights block somebody from moving on with their life and relocating? Is there a way to counter the restraining order of non movement?
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