Me and my wife are separating and she had 3 prior kids and we have 3 together and she is moving about 65 miles away and she wants all 6 kids
The current state in the law encourages parents to have shared or equal placement; her moving away 65 miles makes that arrangement more problematic; what is the reason she is moving away? You are well advised to consider filing an immediate court action to block the move and seek placement of your children.
Without more background, there are just too many variables to provide much by way of advice. The presumption for the children of the relationship would be that they should enjoy maximized placement with each parent when appropriate. 65 miles is a pain, and may very well contribute to the determination about placement if for example moving would disrupt the children's lives. As to the other 3 children that are not of the relationship, the likelihood of custody/placement is low unless there was an adoption by you. This sounds like a mess, and you should contact a family law attorney to talk about your situation. Best of luck.
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