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Parental relocation after a divorce: It is possible

One of the consequences of a divorce with children is that the court can limit your ability to move. After all, you cannot legally do anything that infringes on your ex's rights to see the children. Moving them out of the state could make visitation impossible -- much less the exchange of custody -- and so you have less freedom than you did before the marriage.

Areas of your child's life to include in child custody agreements

A child custody agreement outlines what both parents are responsible for when they are dealing with the children. When the divorce is first filed, they will usually enter into a temporary order, but they still have to determine the terms of a permanent order. This has to encompass many aspects of the custody arrangement.

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