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    What to know what my rights are, I’m divorced (state of ga) and have three children. I joint legal custody with me being the primary custodial parent. it also says in the divorce decree that if we can not come to an agreement that I have the final decision making power. I'm engaged to be married and my fiancé is a polit. We might need to relocate out of state because of his job. I need to know if I need to file anything with the court or just notify my ex so we can make some other visitation arrangement.

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    What to know what my rights are, I’m divorced (state of ga) and have three children. I joint legal custody with me being the primary custodial parent. it also says in the divorce decree that if we can not come to an agreement that I have the final decision making power. I'm engaged to be married and my fiancé is a polit. We might need to relocate out of state because of his job. I need to know if I need to file anything with the court or just notify my ex so we can make some other visitation arrangement.
    Your final decision making power does not apply to moving the children out of state. You will need approval of your ex to do so, and probably a court order. If he does not agree to the move, you will have to prove to the court that it is in the childrens' best interest to move out of state and away from their father.

    If he agrees to the move, it should not be difficult, but will still have to be filed with the court.

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