What happens if you want to move?
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What happens if you want to move?

In general, no relocation will occur unless every individual

who has custody rights to the child consents to the

proposed relocation or the court approves the proposed

relocation.  If there is a Custody Order in effect, a party who

intends to move to a location which significantly impairs the

ability of a non-relocating parent exercising the custodial

rights under that Order, you must send a Notice which

complies with the obligations as set forth under

Title 23 Pa. C.S. §5337.  The other parent may file with

the Court an objection to the proposed relocation and

seek a temporary or permanent Order to prevent the relocation. 

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