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Can a Custodial Parent Move Away After a Divorce in New York?
Can a Custodial Parent Move Away After a Divorce in New York?

A divorce can be a very difficult and emotional time. After the whole process is over, an ex-spouse may decide that what they need is a change of scenery; or maybe they had originally moved to New York to be with their partner, and now that the marriage is over, they want to ...

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