“Relocation” means a change in the location of the principal residence of a parent. For the Court to consider a move as “relocation,” the change of location must be at least fifty (50) miles from that residence, and for at least sixty (60) consecutive days not including a temporary absence from the principal residence for purposes of vacation, education, or the provision of healthcare for the child. The parties may either agree in writing to the relocation or may petition the Court. In determining whether to grant a relocation petition, the Court will consider factors such as: the effect the relocation will have on the relationship between the child and each parent, the age and needs of the child, and the current employment and economic circumstances of each party.
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