Consider the following hypothetical scenario: Tim and Ann are going through a divorce and Ann has primary custody of their son, Max. Ann finds a job on the other side of the county that pays more than she makes now, which would allow her to buy a nicer place for her and Max to live.

The move, while only 30 miles away, can take over an hour to travel in rush hour traffic because the parties reside in a highly populated area. Under Pennsylvania law, Ann is required to notify Tim of a “relocation” and if he objects, a hearing will be held on whether the move can occur.

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