A judge hearing a relocation case in which the parent with primary custody wishes to move within the same county should not make his or her decision based on the standard test created in Gruber v. Gruber, the Pennsylvania Superior Court has ruled.

In an apparent case of first impression, a three-judge panel said the test does not apply in such an instance because the children will not be removed from the trial court’s jurisdiction.

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