Readers in Palm Beach are likely aware that child custody agreements typically dictate whether or not a parent can move across the country with their child, particularly without approval from the other parent. The issue can be complicated, however, when the child has not been born and an agreement has not yet been made.
A child custody dispute involving Olympic skier, Bode Miller, and the mother of his infant son could have major implications on the rights of each parent prior to the birth of their child. According to reports, the pair dated for a short period, but separated after she had already become pregnant. After the split, she reportedly moved from San Diego to New York. While she claimed her relocation was in order to attend school at Columbia University, Miller claimed that she was trying to find a court that would be more likely to rule in her favor regarding custody of the baby.