When the parents of a minor child end their marriage, or otherwise live apart, it is customary for the parents to create a Parenting Plan that ensures both parents have quality time with the child. In most cases, the parents remain living within a reasonable distance from each other, making it fairly easy to adhere to that schedule. What happens, however, if you wish to move out of state with your child? Unless the child’s other parent has never established [ ] The post Can a Frisco Child Custody Attorney Help Me Obtain Permission to Move out of the State with My Kids? appeared first on Law Office of Jon R. Boyd..