There’s no final custody agreement right now but I’m going for sole custody and primary residence. Wondering if I would be aloud to move out of state with my daughter even if the father objects?
With so little information here it is impossible to tell..............................
Your question is too specific to be answered on this public forum, which is best for general questions.
You should contact an experienced family law attorney in your area to discuss your options and possible outcomes in greater detail.
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