First, he cannot be moving from state to state without your written permission. Doing so does NOT divest a state of jurisdiction -- only if you fail to do something about it for 6 months so that the new state has jurisdiction. Second, if your existing court orders are not from the state he is in now, you first need to domesticate those orders where he is now and then seek to modify them. In Nevada, modifying custody requires proving a material change in circumstances that substantially affects the child's welfare. The court will not lightly take a child from one primary parent and "give" the child to another parent for primary custody. You need REALLY good evidence that you can better serve your child's best interests (as defined in NRS 125.480(4)). Hearsay (what the child tells you, and what others tell you) is NOT evidence. Your word vs. his word is not good evidence. You need more. Consult with an attorney to learn more about what you need, how to get it, and how to present a custody modification case.
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