You are not granted the right to move out of state with a minor child when the other parent is awarded parenting time simply because you have sole custody. The statute that is attached to this response indicates what guidelines you must follow if you wish to relocate with your child after being awarded sole custody. Because such moves interrupt and interfere with the non-moving parent's access to the child, courts take many factors into consideration when determining whether it is in the child's best interest to relocate.
Because I cannot tell from your question whether you have made relocation an issue for your current court matter, the judge may or may not hear that issue. If you have not yet filed your Petition to commence that action, I suggest that you add relocation as an issue to be addressed.
In addition, because permission to relocate is generally difficult to obtain, it is best that you consult with an attorney.
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