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May 22, 2012


Pamela S. Wynn

One of the remedies the relocation law provides is to order the children be returned. I can't speak to whether the law applies to you because that is legal advice which I cannot provide on a blog.


Pam, I am wondering how this rule would apply or not apply to my family. I moved with the children 200 miles away before the divorce was filed by my husband. He is now saying he wants to file something asking that i be made to move the children back. Under the law could we be made to return after being gone for over two years? Also he filed the divorce about three months after we left.

Pamela S. Wynn

Not exactly like the kids have wings, right?

Jodie Caruolo

Nice measure...

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