My Ex moved to NM, I have sole custody and he has not given me notice for his visitation, our Court order states 30 days with address. He only gets him 13 hours a week (10 hr weekend day, then 3 hr weekday) & split holidays. No over nights. Also, he only pays $200/month in support & will be making over $100k.
Any change to a court order of these types - visitation or child support - must be preceded by a showing that there has been a "material change in circumstances" since the entry of the last court order. An out-of-state move is likely a material change for visitation; a substantial increase in pay is likely a material change for child support. Consider consulting with a family law attorney to discuss what visitation may be appropriate now and to help run calculations as to what the new support amount could be. Good luck to you.
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I agree with Mr. Godman. You may also file a Motion for a Rule to Show Cause to hold your ex in contempt for violation of a court order for moving without giving you 30 days' notice. I would encourage you to speak with an experienced family law attorney to go over the specifics of your case.
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