Can a parent with sole legal custody move out of state with the child? Often, a parent will be presented with an opportunity to move elsewhere. Common reasons include a better job opportunity for themselves or their spouse, or moving closer to family. Ohio Revised Code 3109.051(G) requires the residential parent to file a notice of intent to relocate with the court. The other parent must get a copy of the notice in order to give him or her a chance to be heard on whether the child should move out of state. The right to move the child out of state will depend on a number of factors, including: the child’s relationship with his or her parents and extended family; the child’s adjustment to home, school and community; the age of the child; and the child’s wishes. Courts will look at these factors in making their decision.
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