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Your husband's orders do not apply to you as well, however, the courts consider military orders of a spouse as good cause for allowing a child to be moved out of state. The fact that no child support has been paid to you and there is no court ordered visitation
are also in your favor on the court allowing you to move to CO with the child to be with your husband. The orders are just proof of your good cause reason as to why moving the child out of state should be allowed by the court.
You cannot tell the judge you were ordered to relocate though, that would anger the court. You need to present evidence that there has been no visitation, the father has paid no child support AND your husband had orders and it was good cause to move to CO with the child to be with your husband who was under orders.
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