Would your ex agree to a step parent adoption? If your husband is willing to take on the responsibility and your ex is willing to relinquish that might be the way to go. Then you won't have to worry about the court allowing you to relocate.
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When a custodial parent wishes to relocate with the child after a divorce, the parent must supply the noncustodial parent with appropriate written notice — including the new location, reason for the relocation and proposed modifications to the existing parenting plan — as early as possible prior to the move. If the parent fails to provide notice, the court may require the parent to return to Colorado in order to resolve the matter and could hold the parent in contempt for failing to comply with the existing child custody order.
If the noncustodial parent objects to the relocation, a removal hearing is scheduled and the court will decide what is in the best interests of the children. There are specific questions the court will look at to decide whether to approve the relocation:
•Why does the parent want to move with the child?
•Why does the other parent object to the move?
•What is the history and quality of each parent’s relationship with the child?
•What are the educational opportunities for the child where he or she currently lives, as compared to the opportunities in the proposed new location?
•Is there extended family in the present home community and/or in the proposed new community?
•What benefits are there if the child continues to live with the custodial parent?
•What are the anticipated effects on the child of the move?
•Can meaningful parenting time (visitation) be afforded to the other parent if the move or relocation is granted?
I urge you to contact a local family law attorney to discuss your options. Best of Luck.
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Imposible to answer. You need to hire an attorney to file for relocation under 14-10-129.
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