My question involves a child custody case from the State of: Texas
My ex is in the Army. He has been relocated to Georgia. I have a domicile restriction and am not allowed to move more than 100 miles outside of the county where he used to live. Am I allowed to move? Do I need to file a modification? The only reason I am restricted is because he put up a huge fight during our divorce about me staying within a reasonable distance so he could continue to have visitation with our daughter. Now he is gone and I am stuck! I want to at least be able to move to any city in the state of Texas. Once he is out of the Army and is able to settle down in one place, I would be willing to revisit the domicile restriction, but it just seems pointless now. Will the court understand how silly it is to force me to stay in a place when the person demanding the restriction is not even living there?