What happens if one parent moves far away?
If one parent moves far away, the court may make a change to the child custody and parent time order. A Utah child custody and parent time order can include arrangements for when a parent relocates, such as giving the relocating parent less parent time. If an order does not include contingencies for when a parent relocates, Utah law dictates a process for either parent to follow to adjust the custody arrangement when a parent plans to move 150 miles or more from the residence of the other parent.
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