Thank you. In this case, she can actually leave if she wanted to.
However, the dad can
file a Motion for Temporary Orders
and ask her to be restricted from leaving the state.
He would have to prove that (1) upon leaving, she will not allow him visitation
, and/or (2) her moving is not 'in the best interest of the children.'
If this is proven, then the Court will restrict her from leaving.
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