Answered 6 years ago|
If there is no court order otherwise in place then, yes, she can do this. However, if you file for divorce now or do so before she can establish residency in the new state, you can force her to move back to the jurisdiction.
Since these matters can get rather complicated, your really should consult with a divorce attorney on the matter. This is too important to not to be legally prepared.
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