I want to move to another state because of school, but my ex-husband has a no contact order with my kids, if he was to show there will there be any problem? I live in Michigan.
It depends on how you obtained that no-contact order. If it is part of a divorce or custody order, it may not be enforced in another state. Besides if you have a custody order in Michigan, you should review that order first. Many orders include a provision preventing you from moving to another state.
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