If she is the primary parent our relocation statute requires that she notify you in writing and then you have the opportunity to object. AT that point in time the parenting plan is automatically subject to a modification and the statute outlines the criteria the court is bound to follow when ordering the new plan. relocation are tricky and I strongly suggest meeting with an attorney.
NOTE: this answer is given on a limited factual basis and does not constitute legal advice. It is advised that you seek legal counsel or consult with an attorney.
I agree with prior counsel. Take a look at the relocation provisions of Chapter RCW 26.09. It sounds like your ex is the primary parent under your plan (I also assume you have a plan or residential schedule in place). If so, she is required to give you advance notice [see4 RCW 236.09.430, .440 and ,450]. If you objet to the move, this turns the matter into a plan modification proceedings [see RCW 26.09.480] and you can ask for more time in those proceedings.
As prior counsel said, this can be tricky and involved, so I advise you get advice form an experienced family law lawyer.
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