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What if we can’t afford the travel expenses?

The inability to pay travel expenses usually will not prevent relocation absent other pressing issues. Judges have been creative in trying to maintain the parent-child relationship. Recently, several courts have approved something called "Internet visitation." Internet visitation can take many forms, but it generally involves communication via the World Wide Web, either by e-mails, real-time chats, instant messaging, or even "cam shows," which are similar to the old science fiction idea of the telephone with a viewing screen.

Obviously Internet visitation would be more appropriate for older children; infants would be unlikely to benefit from this. If Internet visitation would provide an answer for you and your children, you should investigate it.