How to create a Verified Notice of Intent to Relocate? First you have to read Indiana Code 31 -1 7-2.2. That is true of just about everything that is filed with a court in a family law case.
IC 31-17-2.2-1(a) tells where the relocating individual must file a notice of the intent to move and to send a copy of the notice to any nonrelocating individual.
If a party (that is the parents) want a hearing, then IC 31-17-2.2-1(b) requires the party wanting a hearing to ask for one.
IC 31-17-2.2-3 sets out the information requirements of the Notice.
Which translates to something like this:(2) provide the following information in the notice:
(A) The intended new residence, including the:
(i) address; and
(ii) mailing address of the relocating individual, if the mailing address is different than the address under item (i).
Then the statute speaks of telephone numbers:3. I have moved my principal address to 10616 Whatever St., Whatever City, Whatever State, Whatever Zip Code.
(B) The home telephone number of the new residence.Which translates to something like this:
(C) Any other applicable telephone number for the relocating individual.
Then the statute has:4. I do not have a land line at my home address; or my landline number is ###-###-####.
5. My cell phone number is: ###-###-####.
(D) The date that the relocating individual intends to move.Which translates to something like this:
6. I moved into my new residence on December 1, 2007.Then there is from the statute:
(E) A brief statement of the specific reasons for the proposed relocation of the child.Which can start like the following but then it must say why the move is being made:
Then the statute requires a statement of what changes are needed:7. The specific reason I moved to the above listed address is:
(F) A proposal for a revised schedule of parenting time or grandparent visitation with the child.Which can read like the following or state reasons for a change:
The statute then requires two notices must be included:8. I believe no revision to the parenting time schedule are required because of the
ages of the children.
The following contain as good a notice as any other:(G) A statement that a parent must file an objection to the relocation of the child with the court not later than sixty (60) days after receipt of the notice.
(H) A statement that a nonrelocating individual may file a petition to modify a custody order, parenting time order, grandparent visitation order, or child support order.
9. If the “non-relocating individual” (as defined in INDIANA CODE § 31-9-2-84.6)
objects to relocation of the Petitioner, the non-relocating individual must file an objection with the Court within sixty (60) days after receipt of this Notice.
10. The “non-relocating individual” (as defined in INDIANA CODE § 31-9-2-84.6) may file a petition to modify the present custody order, parenting time order, or child support order.