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Matthew, you will need permission from the Court because your order giving you sole legal and primary physical custody will say that you may not remove them (their residence) from the State of Michigan without the approval of the court.

Dear Jeanne M Hannah,
I have Sole legal and physical custody of my son. Do I need permission from the other parent to move out of the state of michigan?

I used a similar case in my personal case. Powery V Wells which set forth some very simple questions that must be answered before granting any move even when under the 100 mile rule if it will have any effect on parenting time.

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