If there are no court orders then there is no restriction on your moving. You may want to consult with an attorney before leaving to determine if you should file for child support here in Ohio. Ultimately you will want to get your marriage terminated so that you can get married to your fiance. I am not sure of your timing but you may want to check with an attorney in Washington state to determine their residency requirements.
Good Luck.Ask a similar question
Unless their is an order stopping you from doing it you can move. I suggest getting everything in order by filing and getting divorced before moving. That saves you from him filing and beating you to court. Good luck.
Attorney Chris Beck
Beck Law Office, L.L.C.
The responses of Attorney Chris Beck to any questions posed on Avvo do NOT establish an Attorney-client relationship. Attorney Beck is available for private hire and consultation for a fee. Only after Attorney Beck is retained as counsel, or agrees to discuss this matter with you privately, shall he be legally deemed to be your Attorney. His responses herein are an attempt to assist persons temporarily based upon the very extremely limited amount of information provided by the questionerAsk a similar question
Divorce Child support LLC (limited liability company) Child custody Family court and child custody cases Divorce and family Child support order Child support and custody Visitation rights in child custody agreements Mother's rights in child custody Lawsuits and disputes State, local, and municipal law Family law
Sign up to receive a 5-part series of useful information and advice about child custody law.