Because she has always let them run & do whatever they want, the oldest has been in some legal trouble & the youngest is getting out of hand. Now she is taking me back to court to try to get joint custody of the youngest, make him move in with me & says I cannot move out of the state of Indiana. Can the judge force me to take him? Financially, I cannot afford to have him.
I am taking classes online for game design. I will be done June of 2012. After I am done with school, I plan to move somewhere South & hopefully get a job doing what I went to school for. Can she make me stay in the state of Indiana?
No she cannot.
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