Determining Contested Relocation
There is no presumption in favor of or against a request to relocate with a child when the relocation will “materially affect” the current time-sharing, access and contact with the other parent or other persons entitled to contact and access.
The court will evaluate several factors when reaching a decision on contested relocation of a child.
When deciding whether or not to approve a contested relocation the court must consider the current employment and economic situation of each parent and whether the proposed location will improve the economic circumstances of the relocating parent and child.
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