When asking the court for a move away order, there are very particular factors the Judge will consider. Here are a few:
(a) Children's interest in stability and continuity in the custodial arrangement.
(b) Distance of the move
(c) Age of the children
(d) Children's relationship with both parents
(e) Relationship between the parents including ability to communicate and cooperate effectively
(f) Willingness to put the interests of the children above their individual interests
(g) Children's preference
(h) Reasons for the proposed move
(i) How the parents currently are sharing custody
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