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When Parents Move Away

Typically, a relocation case is where one parent needs to move out of state.  The moving parent may want to bring the children with them or may need a change to the parenting time plan.  These are always hard cases.  Most families experience moves like this, but when the move pulls a parent away from a child there’s just no simple solution.

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