I would like to help you, but you could clarify your question a little?
Is this probation concerning the care of your children, such as in a Juvenile court setting?
If not, could you explain?
I understand the situation now. And unfortunately, moving to another state will make a bad situation ten times worse. Your instinct probably is to move as far as China to get away from these people, and I don't blame you. But, "play the game" a little longer so that you can close the book on this.
If you move to another state, they could easily find you and have the children removed, or invoke a million conditions on the family. You would not want any longer involvement than is absolutely necessary.
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