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Frost & Beck PC

6898 South University BoulevardSuite 110Centennial, CO 80122

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Updated: 05/15/2017

Overview

When a custodial parent decides to move children away from the noncustodial parent, he or she must file a motion to relocate minor children with the courts. The noncustodial parent must be notified in writing of this move either before or as soon as is possible after filing the motion. The burden of proof to show why this move would be in the best interest of the children is on the custodial parent. Things that the court considers when making decisions about this motion are:

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