|List Name||Parental Moves Forum (Parental Moves)|
|Purpose:||Children have the right to live in geographic proximity to both biological parents after separation and maintain a close relationship with both parents, especially when both parents are competent, have been actively involved, and want to continue to be involved in their children's lives.
Under what circumstances should one parent be allowed to move with the children after separation or divorce and create a geographic estrangement between the children and the other parent?
When such a move is inevitable or considered advisable, what conditions should be applied?
For the purposes of discussion, we are assuming that the other parent is not only competent, but that he or she wants to continue to be involved in the children's lives, is willing to assume full custody, and objects to the children's removal.
The issue of Parental Moves has been dealt with at different times under the topic of Relocation Rights for Custodial Parents, or simply Mobility Rights.
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|Created:||Aug 27, 1999|
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