She will be 13 years old next month and doesn't want to live with her father. He has no driver license and no job he's on unemployment. He lives with roommates.
Hire a lawyer to draft an agreed motion and order to modify.
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You can move or you can file an agreed motion and order allowing you to move. Your choice
I am not intending this to be legal advice, because I don't know the particulars of your situation. Call me if you would like to discuss this or other isues.
When you state he "gave us permission" was that written in a court order and filed with the court? Was the residency restriction ever life by the court?
You probably need to bring a modification and get this agreement entered into the case before you move.
When you move and establish residency in the next state, transfer the case there. I would though as William said get this agreement in writing and filed with the Court.
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