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  • Which Court Can Enter Custody Orders? Questions and Answers about Jurisdiction

    3102EN - Determining jurisdiction can be complicated. This publication tries to explain the basics in simple terms. It may still be confusing. Try to speak with a lawyer. Read More

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    Northwest Justice Project
  • Objecting when the Other Parent Wants to Move with the Child

    If you are a noncustodial parent with the right to time with the child under a parenting plan, you can use this packet to try to stop the custodial parent from moving with your child. If you are a third party with some right to time with the child, you have the right to try to stop any proposed relocation if you believe it would interfere with your relationship with the child. Packet #3133EN. Read More

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    Northwest Justice Project

Relocation (3)+

  • Following Washington's Relocation Law

    Use this packet if you have legal custody of your child, and you wish to move (“relocate”) and take the child with you. Under state law, you may have to do certain things before you move. This packet has forms and instructions to help. Packet #3132EN. Read More

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    Northwest Justice Project
  • Getting an Ex Parte Order to Move with Your Children

    This packet will help you ask for a court order that takes effect right away, with little or no notice to the other parent, that allows you to move with your children. Packet #3134EN Read More

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    Northwest Justice Project
  • Questions and Answers about Washington's Relocation Law

    3135EN - If you have legal custody of your child, and you wish to move (relocate) and take the child with you, Washington State law may require you to do certain things first. This publication briefly explains the law's requirements. Read More

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    Northwest Justice Project
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