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Can a child custody order prevent a parent from moving?

When two people have children together, but are not in any sort of romantic relationship, taking care of kids can be complicated. They may need the legal system to help them work out an arrangement for child custody. This agreement often details how to handle custody for parents who live in different places. But if both parents live here in Texas and one needs to move out of state, the existing custody order may influence that decision. Here is what parents need to know to handle this potentially difficult scenario.

Contentious child custody cases on the rise, say experts

When two parents decide to share parenting duties without being in a relationship with one another, it can be difficult, even in cases where they are able to get along with one another. However, many experts who work with divorced families say they are seeing a rise in the number of child custody cases that involve significant conflict and hurt feelings between parents. People here in Texas wondering how to handle their own child custody matters may have much to learn from these experts' thoughts about why this may be happening. 

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