Sure he can take you to court. Anybody can take anyone to court about anything. Read the relocation statute. It says you have to give 60 day's notice, but keep reading. It says you have to give as much notice as you have.
So if you were to find the relocation notice on the forms page at courts.wa.gov, you can download the notice and give it to him. He can respond however he thinks best. The thing is, the court always wants parents to act in good faith and in the best interests of the court. The court is not likely to agree with him that your move under these circumstances is actionable.
At least that is my take. Hope this helps. Elizabeth Powell
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