My question involves a child custody case from the State of: New York
Custodial parent considering moving back to New York which is the state where divorce and custody had been set. Currently non custodial parent has all holidays and all summer because child lives out of state. Will moving back to NY within 100 miles or so from non-custodial parent give non-custodial parent a traditional visitation schedule. Agreement states if custodial parent moves back to Long Island with child then the traditional visitation will be in order. Deplicts nothing about moving back to the State. Think there's a chance of a regular schedule?