My question involves a child custody case from the State of: NJ
My ex is moving to Kansas. He married a woman 3 years ago who lives in Kansas and they have lived apart for the past 3 years. He is now moving to Kansas with her. My ex and I have a 7 yr. old daughter together. Today he gave me a paper that states he will not lose any visitation time with her. The paper stated that th same amount of hrs. he recieves now he will recieve while he is in Kansas. Basically he wants her during all school breaks (not including a holiday) and wants her for 28 days in the summer. He choose to move to Kansas. It's not that I don't want him to see his daughter but I feel like I'm suffering because he choose to remarry and leave.
Additionally, he claims he is moving because he wants to divorce his 2nd wife. He claims that in Kansas you have to live together for a year before a judge will grant the divorce. Sounds fishy to me?