If the parent wishing to move has good reason and it would generally be in the good interests of a child, such a move will generally be permitted. If the noncustodial parent opposes such a move, the parent having custody would have to show that any loss of opportunity to visit with the other parent would be outweighed by the benefits to the child in moving.
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