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Asked 1191 days ago by a user from Gardiner, ME

How does a parent stop the other parent from taking their child out of state?

The mom has visitation rights and the father denies the rights. The father intends on moving out of state with the intention of keeping the child from seeing the mother.

What can I do to prevent the father from taking the child out of state?

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