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Indiana Code § 31-17-2.2-1 and § 31-17-2.2-3 require that 60-day notice of a proposed child relocation must be provided to the other parent, so as to permit that parent to object in court to the relocation.
However, if you have relocated in the past without objection, then you have already set a precedent that would make it very difficult for the other parent to contest your move. Regardless, the law requires notice -- though, case law suggests that even where notice is not provided, the court is generally reluctant to force a parent who has already moved with a child to return to the jurisdiction from which the relocation occurred.
Bot***** *****ne, notice is required, but you have the better argument, if the other parent objects.
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