Her move to Georgia should be considered a change of circumstances for visitation reasons. However, you will need to discuss this matter with an experienced attorney within your area to determine whether or not you have a change in circumstances, which would allow for a change in child support. It i s not clear from your question whether such a change has occurred. Only an attorney, who is equipped with all of the facts can properly advise you as to your best course of action.
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Sounds like it but you'll need to file the appropriate motions with the court. Get an attorney.
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Your ex's move should have been noticed to the court and yourself and a hearing held. The fact that she moved without notice and permission can work well to your advantage. There are a lot of issues that could come into play and far to many to adequately address on this forum.
You need to consult a family law attorney in your area QUICKLY. The longer you wait the more it will seem you have accepted the situation as it is. In my opinion, time is of the essence.
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