If your child has ever been subject to a custody proceeding (such as divorce, paternity, or temporary custody), then you are likely restricted in where you can move with the child under section 61.13001, Florida Statutes. This law, known as the “Relocation Statute,” prevents a parent from moving a child more than 50 miles except under certain circumstances.
The first circumstance allowing relocation is if both parents agree. However, strict requirements must be followed. The agreement must: