In a decision that sharply divides children's rights advocates, the California Supreme Court has held that several factors -- including the relationship with non-custodial parents -- must be considered before divorced couple's children can be moved out of town. The court's 6-1 decision clarifies an 8-year-old ruling that courts had widely interpreted as holding that custodial parents had the "presumptive right" to relocate.
Divorced Parents Must Consider Ex if Moving Away
May 3, 2004
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