– from Ralph T. in West Milwaukee, WI
The mother of my daughter and I were never married. We never went to court for custody or anything. My daughter lived with her mother for the first year after we split up while she moved around. When times got really tough for them, my daughter came to live with me. My ex continues to move from state to state with no real residence. Now she wants to go to court for custody. I’m not too worried about losing custody, since she has no real residence. It’s the visitations I’m worried about. Can the court restrict the geographic location of the visitations?
Family Law Attorney