You typically are just confined to filing to modify the custody arrangement in the state that issued the divorce. You should go to talk to the clerk at the court in San Antonio and ask about having them transfer the case files from the state court in Kileen to the state court in San Antonio. You can then file a motion to modify custody and you will have to prove that there is a significant change in circumstances to warrant the change in the best interest of the child
. Also, since your ex-wife seems to agree, you could also draft a document and title it Stipulation for Change/Modification of Custody, and in that document you could specify the new terms the two of you agree to. Have her sign it and have it notarized in VA and then you can sign it and have it notarized in TX and file it with the court. At the same time you do this, you should be talking to the clerk in San Antonio about moving your case files to San Antonio from Kileen.
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