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Bradley

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Question about residence for a friend
« on: May 11, 2006, 07:27:14 PM »
Asking for a friend in Texas if the custodial parent is to reside in Dallas County as long the non-custodial parent lives in Dallas County, but the custodial parent has a job offer in a different state...


Can she move without contempt of court?

Should she send a letter to non-custodial parent stating the move is for a job?

Would she be 100% responsible for transportation costs after this point?


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RE: Question about residence for a friend
« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2006, 08:35:39 PM »
>Asking for a friend in Texas if the custodial parent is to
>reside in Dallas County as long the non-custodial parent lives
>in Dallas County, but the custodial parent has a job offer in
>a different state...
>
>
>Can she move without contempt of court?
>
>Should she send a letter to non-custodial parent stating the
>move is for a job?
>
>Would she be 100% responsible for transportation costs after
>this point?

All answers depend on the exact text of the current orders, so I can't answer.

 

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