If a parent wishes to remove a child from Illinois, absent an agreement, he/she must file a Petition seeking removal. It is not necessary to include in a Settlement Agreement.
A Petition under Illinois law is required to take children out of the state should an Illinois parent desire to move away with the children that are subject to a court order of child custody. No agreement between parents in advance is likely to pass judicial muster.
A parent cannot move out of IL with a minor child unless a court order allows for same. So you don't need that language in the MSA. It doesn't hurt you to have it but you don't need it.
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