My children's father and I are very civil. We do not wish for the courts to be able to intervene in our families lives any further. We don't have a hard time with each other or any other issues. We just want to be done with it. I am planning to move out of state, hoping that a dryer climate will be beneficial to our youngest child. Her father agrees. We have been given the run around when it comes to petitioning the courts and trying to jump through the legal hoops with intent to move. I am hoping to move as soon as the kids finish their school year (End of May 2018) so I can get them acclimated with their new city and insure that they can start their new school year at the beginning of the next school year. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
I would not move without a court order allowing the move and setting forth what visitation will be, etc.
If he is in agreement, then submit an agreed order singed by both of you setting forth the particulars.
You should probably have an attorney draft the agreed order for you.
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