Operating a vehicle on Michigan's roadways means that you are agreeing to remain in compliance with state laws. One of these laws is that you won't drive after consuming alcohol if your driving abilities are impaired. Generally, this means that you don't have a blood-alcohol concentration that is at or above .08 percent. People who are in violation of the laws can face criminal charges.
Most people who decide to move can do so without a second thought. For some people, child custody orders might mean that making the decision to move comes with the need to make sure the move is legal. In Michigan, there are some instances in which changing a child's residence might require that you go back to court if you have a court order for child custody.