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Is there a court order that says that the child cannot be taken out of state or more than 20 miles away unless permission is first sought from the court? If there is no such order, then you will need to file for one asap. You can do this by filing a petition to modify the existing temporary custody order and get a hearing date asap.
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there would not be enough time to file a motion and have it heard before my son would be leaving for VA. I do have a Motion for Temp Order already filed with the court to be heard at the same time of the custody hearing for non-relocation and enrolling of any school other than the one he is currently in, however that will not be heard until late July.
The docets are filled and I could not get an earlier date than that.
Any other ideas? I thought according to a NCGS that the parent had to petition the court to move the minor child out of state. Does that not apply in this case?