If you have rights by court order and it sounds as though you do, she has to file a notice of intent to relocate. This then allows you to file what you believe is necessary. Talk to an attorney. The paternity issue is interesting but wat to much to get into here.
From the facts you have given it sounds like you are the father of this child under your divorce decree. The court's order will control what rights you have. Under Ohio law she is required to file a notice to relocate. This gives you the opportunity to file a motion to reconsider child support, visitation and/or custody. Custody is decided on the basis of the child's best interest. Obtain counsel and start building your case.
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I have to correct you - you are the legal father and biology is irrelevant at this point. She will have to file a notice of intent to relocate and you will have the opportunity to contest.
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