it was approved in court i can leave on july 5th with my two children to go to nc and i told my ex i needed more money till i leave for day care cost now he is saying him and his lawery are going to have the court order pulled so i cant leave cause im gonna go after a temporaey increase can they do that and what would happen
Optional Information: orchard park, New YorkAlready Tried: already been to court
Thank you for your question.Asking for an increase in child support is not relevant to the issue of relocating to a different state. Since the court has already approved your relocation, the court will not reverse it's decision merely because you are now asking for an increase in support. Only way to stop a relocation would be to show that there is a change in circumstances placing the child in a position of harm, abuse or neglect or other detriment which would impair the child's best interest if the child were to move.
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even if he agreed to me leaving thats why it was approved cause he said i could go after july 4
What matters here is that the court approved the agreement of all parties for you to relocate after July 4th. If he now wants to change his mind he will need to present good cause as to why you should not leave. An increase in support is not good cause to stop someone from relocating.
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