J.M. v. G.H.Annotate this Case
Father appealed from a judgment on reserved issues granting joint physical custody of his son to him and his mother, and allowing her to take the son with her to live in Israel during the school year. The court concluded that the trial court was not required to make findings under Family Code 3048 regarding whether measures were necessary to prevent the Mother from abducting the son; the trial court imposed adequate protective measures for international relocation; the custody order was not an abuse of discretion considering the son's best interest and the trial court made the necessary findings; and the trial court did not abuse its discretion in refusing to set aside the judgment. Accordingly, the court affirmed the judgment.