You will need to comply with the provisions of Florida's Parental Relocation Statute, Chapter 61.13001.Ask a similar question
If you are not married to the father, and he has not taken you to court to establish a time-sharing then you may move. However, he can stop you from moving, and force you to comply with Fla. Stat. 61.13001, by simply filing a petition to establish paternity and asking the court to establish time sharing. I've attached a link to the statute, take a look at paragraph 1(e).Ask a similar question
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