i pay child support i get my daughter ever other weekend
More information would be necessary to answer your question.
Is there currently an Order in place that restricts your ex-wife from moving from the area? That will determine a lot. If so, then you can attempt to take her to court to enforce that provision of the Order.
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If there is not currently an Order in place that prevents relocation, you need to file a motion with the court immediately to seek to prevent relocation. Such relocation is frowned on by judges (I was a judge myself) because it has an obvious and irrevocable impact on the ability of the other parent to have regular contact with the child or children.
You need to see a lawyer and file for a change of custody as quickly as possible. You lawyer should be able to obtain a restraining order preventing the child from leaving until you have a court hearing.
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