Originally Posted by svenej
I don't agree that that is the way it should be. If he can provide a better life for the child in a different state, then he should be allowed to move. With some of the stuff that she has done, she shouldn't even have visitation. He had an order of protection and a restraining order against her as well. She also cannot get a drivers license as it has been revoked in 2 states as well. So if the rolls were reversed, he would never see his kid at all. Why is that fair?
If she shouldn't have visitation, petition the Court, take your proof and she will lose visitation. Whether or not she has a driver's license is immaterial.