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Who Pays the Cost of Visitation Travel?
Who Pays the Cost of Visitation Travel?

Many people ask what the law is on bearing transportation costs when a parent moves, particularly the custodial parent. The answer is that there is no law; it is up to the judge . Division of Costs Not Required Ballard v. Ballard , 843 So. 2d 76, 80 (¶15) (Miss. Ct. App. ...

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