I'm sorry to hear of your dilemma, as well as the atrocious behavior of your daughter.
The process is relatively simple if the father is in agreement to take primary custody of your daughter.
You will file a Motion for Modification of Custody with the court, have your ex join in the motion, and ask the court to Order that your ex be granted primary custody with you being granted visitation that the two of you agree to.
The court will not have a problem with that. In fact, technically, a court order is not even needed for you to send your daughter to live with him immediately if he will agree. The lack of a modification order would simply mean that the child support
order would remain the same.
While a local family law
attorney can do this for the both of you easily, if you need to do it yourself, you may find the forms you will need, includingt he form entitled Petition for Modification/ Adjustment of Custody Decree/ Parenting Plan/Residential Schedule
at this link:
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