Both during and after a divorce, when a child or children are involved, custody orders establish a parenting plan between the divorcing or divorced couple so that the children may still spend time with both parents, even though they no longer reside together. However, custody agreements are complicated when one parent wants to move a considerable distance away from the other parent’s home.

When moving a child out of the state, New Jersey law requires that the relocating parent of the minor child get permission either from the other parent or the courts.

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