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10 Things to Consider When a Parent in Florida Wants to Relocate With a Child

In Florida, when one parent wants to relocate with the child, there is a very detailed statutory procedure which must be followed in order to protect the relationship between the child and the non-relocating parent, and failure to comply with the procedural and substantive requirements can result in a court order for the return of the child.

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