Your answer depends on what language exists in your agreement, and if it was filed with the court or not. Generally, if no permission is given for a move by the other parent, and there are existing orders for custody on file, the person requesting the move has to file documents with the court seeking permission to modify the agreement and make the move. You should consider contacting an attorney in California to assist you with the case. More information is needed to provide an accurate assessment.
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