My daughter and her mother live in a different state. We already have an agreement in Texas courts that says she cannot move to a different county in her state. She wants me to send a text saying “yes this ok to move out of the county” via a co-parenting app the Texas agreement states we need to use for communications. I looked into the new address and don’t see anything wrong with the new location. It all looks fine.
If your current order says that she cannot move, then she could be in violation of the order if she moves. However, if you no longer live in the county, your order may allow her to move once you are no longer there. Without seeing the order, it is not possible to tell.
However, courts expect parents to work together whenever possible. If you are fine with her moving, then let her know through the app. You can also file a new agreed order with the court to be sure there is no problem in the future for her.
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