If I understand your question correctly, yes. You need a substantial change of circumstances to modify your existing plan.Ask a similar question
If you wish to modify the parenting plan whether or not the other party is going to relocate, you may do so. I suggest that you review RCW 26.09.260 as to the criteria for a major or minor modification.
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