26.09.530  <<  26.09.540 >>   26.09.550

Objections by nonparents.

A court may not restrict the right of a parent to relocate the child when the sole objection to the relocation is from a third party, unless that third party is entitled to residential time or visitation under a court order and has served as the primary residential care provider to the child for a substantial period of time during the thirty-six consecutive months preceding the intended relocation.


IntentCaptions not law2000 c 21: See notes following RCW 26.09.405.
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