The law requires
the court to determine whether a non-relocating parent with parenting time is
entitled to receive a copy of a Notice of Intent to Relocate whenever it issues
a parenting order. Under R.C. 3109.051(G)(2) a court must determine
if the non-relocating parent:
1) has been convicted or pled guilty to
criminal domestic violence;
2) has been convicted or pled guilty any
offense involving a victim who is family or household member and caused harm,
(i.e., criminal offenses); or
3) has been determined to be the
perpetrator of abuse that is the basis of an adjudication that a child is an
abused child (i.e., from any court determining a child to be an abused child
e.g., juvenile court or civil DV).
Court has adopted a new affidavit that will be given to each parent in every
case involving children.
can be found at the bottom of the Judgement Entries menu and is called AFFIDAVIT – Legal Actions Affecting Notice to
Relocate on Judgment Entries.