You can file a peition for custody based upon the changed circumstances. The outcome will be based upon the child's best interests. You don't mention the child's age and that is an important part of the decision. You can also ask for the order to be modified based upon your current residence.
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If you are now stationed in Marquette, MI, and can no longer abide by the court order relative to you parenting time, then you should file a modification petition seeking to change the parenting schedule so that you can see your daughter. If the child no longer lives with the father, then clearly you should file a petition asking for custody. Whether you can actually get custody and relocate your daughter will depend on the totally of all the facts and what is best for your daughter.
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