Can you stop the other parent of your children from moving?
Geographic restrictions in Texas is a subject of intense legal debate. It’s a case-by-case issue that depends on many factors.
Here are some factors the court may consider:
1) Is there a consistent and dependable record of visitation and support for the children?
2) Does the other parent take initiative to participate in the child’s education, extracurricular activities and doctor’s appointments?
3) Is the purpose of the move mostly or solely in the interest of the parent and not the children?
4) How far is the move and how would it affect the children?
These are only some of the factors a court would consider. One must always do their due diligence to confer with the other parent about the move.
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