I was given legal guardianship by the courts and their mother signed for me to do this.visitation is set to whatever we agree upon.i want to move out of state to a better climate and to give the kids a better life.we are going to move with my girlfriend and her 2 kids also.start a fresh new life somewhere nicer.
You should consult with an attorney before moving. The mother could file with the court, and you could be required to return the children to Ohio. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local family law attorney.
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