The child relocation statute does not apply when the parent has relocated prior to the date of the filing of the dissolution petition. In Rolison v. Rolison the Florida Court of Appeal recently stated: "Appellant (the Father) appeals a non-final order denying his emergency verified motion to compel Appellee (the Mother) to return the parties' minor children to Florida. We affirm the trial court's order, which correctly found that section 61.13001, Florida Statutes (2013), Florida's relocation statute, did not apply, as the Mother moved to Georgia before the Father filed for dissolution. The Father filed a petition for dissolution of marriage and other relief on February 21, 2014. The trial court denied the Father's emergency motion, finding that section 61.13001 was inapplicable, because it only applied to a child's relocation or proposed relocation during a pending proceeding.
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