Thank you and please allow me a few moments to respond. In 2015, the Nevada Legislature amended NRS 125C to include specific provisions regarding custodial preference and relocation of a child outside the state of Nevada.
The most significant change the Legislature made was to create automatic joint physical custody from the birth of the child, regardless of whether the parents were married at the time of the child’s birth:
NRS 125C.0015 Parents have joint custody until otherwise ordered by court.
1. The parent and child relationship extends equally to every child and to every parent, regardless of the marital status of the parents.
2. If a court has not made a determination regarding the custody of a child, each parent has joint legal custody and joint physical custody of the child until otherwise ordered by a court of competent jurisdiction.
Under the amended rule, parents now share joint physical custody by default from the moment the child is born, if the parties have acknowledged paternity or paternity is presumed to under NRS 126.051. These amendments effectively place the father and the mother on equal footing in terms of custodial time, regardless of marital status, as long as the father has acknowledged paternity or is presumed to be the father under other law
As such, if there is custody of this nature, you would need permission to move out of State. If you did not get it and simply relocated, the other parent could go after you and there could be issues with custodial interference. If they will not agree, it is always best to obtain a court order and permission from the Judge, so you can legally vacate.