I currently reside in New Jersey,I have been a resident for 1 year. Florida has jurisdiction for this divorce and custody. My soon to be ex, has tried everything under the sun to keep my child from me. My attorney is aware of this. All of a sudden now that she cant keep my child from me she claims that she has to temporarily move. She has requested a move through the post office in which was granted to Maryland but it is not temporary. what should I do
I reside in New Jersey, The parenting plans are just now starting to being discussed. the age of my son is 6 years of age.
I served her in FL. My attorney is in Fl. Her Attorney is in Florida the case is being held in Florida. Can she move the jurisdiction of this case after she moves and keep my son from me in this time period ?
yes and what should I do knowing that she lying about the temporary move
well that's my main concern, is that she is relocating to Maryland permeate and telling the court she is temporarily moving.
her relocation papers doesn't state temporary, they are perminate relocation papers. And I feel she is going to keep my son from me as she has already done for a year.
yes that is correct, now that there is one that is going to be in affect she is moving. Also there is no temporary moves with the post office. you can request transfer with another carrier but there are only perminate transfers.
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