I share legal custody of my nine year old daughter with my long time ex-wife. Two years ago, with permission from the court, my ex-wife moved, with our daughter, out of the state of Nevada to Idaho.
Our divorce decree and child settlement agreement originated in Nevada. While we both resided in Nevada we established a parenting plan
which stipulated providing a bedroom for our daughter in our prospective residences.
My ex-wife moved to Idaho and filed for a request for foreign judgments upon the court orders solidified in Nevada. The court orders were accepted in Idaho soon after. The parenting plan was not included in the request for foreign judgments.
I moved to California for work and my visitation schedule was drastically cut from every other weekend plus extended holiday time and extended summer vacation time to one week during winter break, one week during spring break and six weeks during summer break.
My ex-wife is remarried with kids in Idaho and I’m living with my girlfriend without kids in California. Due to finances my girlfriend and I live in a one bedroom apartment. My six week visitation is two weeks away. My ex-wife is threatening
to not allow our daughter to come with me to California for my six week visitation because I don’t have an actual bedroom for our daughter. I have created an area in our apartment for Sammy to call her own and sleep. Does my ex-wife have the right to withhold our daughter from my visitation time? Or maybe a better question, does a "parenting plan" stay in effect after a major move (more than 1500 miles away) and a major visitation changes?
Thanks for any insight you might offer,