My question involves a child custody case from the State of: CA
In my husbands custody agreement, he cannot move the child out of the county where he lives unless either mom agrees to it, or the court says yes.
Mom and Dad live in neighboring counties, and Dad is looking at buying a house in the county where mom lives.
Does anyone see a problem with a judge ruling in favor of Dad, given that it's closer to mom and in the same county as mom (Given that mom will disagree)?
Dad now lives a mere 10 minutes away from county line. The move would be to buy a house (in a rural area, out of the city and in better schools for child).