If your orders are included in a Judgment, and are "final" orders, then there are no travel restrictions, unless the Judgment states there are restrictions.
If this is a "temporary" order (meaning you do not have a final judgment), then on the back of the Summons, there is an order restraining both of you from traveling outside the state of California without prior written consent from the other party, or prior court order.
If this is a temporary order, you are restrained from traveling, but you could go to court, possibly exparte, and ask permission to travel.
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Sounds like you're good to me. If you gave notice pursuant to the Court Order and gave the other parent information regarding the itinerary (where you are going, flight numbers, travel dates, contact number and address, etc.), then she can call the police or do whatever else she wants. If you have complied with the Court's Orders, then you have nothing to fear. Having a copy of the Order with you is a good idea. Good luck.
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What does the judgment say? talk to your attorney, get a certified copy. If you do not have an attorney consult one
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