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Im currently engaged to be married and to move out of state

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I'm currently engaged to be married and to move out of state with my daughter are there any legal issues that might prevent me from doing this?
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  LegalEase replied 7 years ago.
As long as there are no restrictions on moving the child out of state in your custody agreement, you're good to go. You are only only bound by what is in your decree.
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Customer: replied 7 years ago.
Relist: I still need help.
since there was no custody hearing between my daughter's father and i will i run into issues should he decide to file for visitation down the line if i am living out of state
Expert:  LegalEase replied 7 years ago.
I apologize. If you have no custody papers or any court order in effect, then no, you cannot get in trouble for moving. If he wanted to file for custody privileges, he would need to do so in the state the child lives in, and the court would have a hearing on his fitness to have visitation, and then would institute a visitation schedule.

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