How far can a parent move with joint custody in Illinois?

In most cases, the child likely resides at both parents’ homes, which means both parents must remain within a 25-mile radius of each other or else activate the statute’s relocation provision. However, for those living outside the counties of the Chicago area, a move of up to 50 miles is permissible without invoking the relocation rule.

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