My ex wife moved out of the county, and now I don't get to see my son as often as the order states. What do I do?
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The specific court order in your case will determine your specific rights and remedies. Often times a custody order will include a requirement to provide the court with notice of relocation which in turn will often outline that the court may hold a hearing to determine if a custody plan will still work with the new locations. You should review your specific court order and consult an attorney to determine your specific rights and remedies.
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