Just been reading some of the other posts regarding traveling to Exs house for drop-off and pick ups/ Exs causing difficulties when moving away or interstate.
I was wondering, since my Ex has disappeared, is it ok for me to do whatever I want and move wherever I want? I am moving about ten minutes away in a few weeks. But in five years, when dd is at school, I plan to do a big move several hours away to further my career.
I don't have to keep the Ex in the loop do I? I have idea of where he is nor any means of contacting him, except by email.
If he turns up in a few years, can he stop me moving or go to court to make me move back?
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15-07-2013 13:10 #1
15-07-2013 13:13 #2
I can't imagine this move would excite much interest, but if you were to move out of state and he found out, I think yes, he probably could raise objections. That's a hard one, especially as he is obviously uninvolved.
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