It depends on what the custody order states regarding the parties leaving the state. If the order states that you can not leave unless there is an agreement of the parties or a court order, then you would have to have either his approval or have to file a motion in court to allow you to leave. However, without reviewing the custody order and knowing more facts about your particular situation it is impossible to determine whether you would be allowed to leave the state. You should consult with an attorney to go over your case in more depth.
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You should have an attorney review the current court orders, and give you advice based upon that. Most attorneys, including myself, offer free consultations. 612-206-3722
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