When your ex moved to Georgia, did she obtain an order from the court allowing her to do so? Sounds as though maybe not since you did not argue the point with her. If her job was a requirement or she obtained a higher paying job, the court may allow. If she is unable to obtain work where she is and needs to transfer in order to do that, then perhaps the court would allow this. Also, if she would be moving closer to family in order to help her, this too could be a factor that would allow her to move. You do not state the ages of the children and that too can be a factor. If the children are not of "tender years" and wish to remain and perhaps live with you, this may be something you might want to look at. Children 10 years or older have a voice in the Duval Courts. There is just not enough information with which to really give you an answer. Many famly court attorneys, as well as myself, do not charge for consultation, You should call one of them or my office.
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