Keeping the schedule the same is possible, but all of the facts need to be analyzed. The father's move closer may create a substantial change in circumstances. The court would need to look at what is in the child's best interest. If the father has a compelling argument, he may prevail. This is a very general question. You should consult with a child custody attorney, because all of the facts can be analyzed and a proper assessment can be made. These posts make it difficult to give a thorough answer in a short post.
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You can keep the schedule the same. There is no reason for you to disrupt the schedule. He can file with the court and prove to the court that he has reason to have the visitation schedule change.
You can keep it the same until the court has a reason to modify the court order.
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