Published: Thursday, 31 March 2016 10:50
Only with permission from your ex or, if your ex does not agree, with permission from the court. Michigan law presumes that your children have a legal residence with both parents. Because you share legal custody of your children with your ex, you can only move more than 100 miles from that residence if your ex agrees, or if not, with a court order granted after a hearing.
On the other hand, if you had sole legal custody of your children, you could move more than 100 miles without permission from your ex and without court order.