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    Default Moving away?

    Ummm I didn't actually ask if you thought she SHOULD move. I asked if it was possible....
    Obviously you do not know the situation with xh, his family or new partner.... So lets not jump to the conclusion that she is recklessly taking xh's children away on a whim.
    Thanks heaps to those who were able to give advice

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    Default Re: Moving away?

    She can move. But the father can also get a court recovery order if she does it against his will.

    She would be best to get his consent as to do it without his consent could lead to all sorts of nasty legal battles.

    Good luck to your friend and congratulations on her pregnancy

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    Default Moving away?

    It woul look really bad on her if she ups and moves if they go to court I agree that the new bf should move to her

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    Default Re: Moving away?

    As mentioned above the bf moving to get is not up for discussion. This is about can she move.

    Technically yes. Sometimes it would work too, but the potential fall out could be as bad as court battle and 100%.care with their father

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    Default Moving away?

    Thanks izy!!!
    She doesn't plan to just move. It's not something she wants to rush into as she is well aware there is a lot at stake.
    They are currently in mediation so hopefully they can come to an agreed arrangement. If not I guess court but from the advice she received she would not be successful.
    It's a difficult situation

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    Default Moving away?

    I understand the consent order side of things with the ex bing able to have her move back, but what happens if the new partner does the same thing?

    Sorry your friends in such a predicament.

    Has she tried talking to her ex and see what he thinks?

    Surely there is something in place for when woman have children to two different people in different states.

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    Default Moving away?

    Thanks izy!!
    She has no intention of just moving. She is well aware of what is at stake. They are currently in mediation so hopefully they can negotiate something without going to court.
    Hard situation....

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    Default Re: Moving away?

    Quote Originally Posted by singlemumma82 View Post
    I understand the consent order side of things with the ex bing able to have her move back, but what happens if the new partner does the same thing?

    Sorry your friends in such a predicament.

    Has she tried talking to her ex and see what he thinks?

    Surely there is something in place for when woman have children to two different people in different states.
    The new partner couldn't as he has moved from where she lives and not the other way around.
    You can't make someone move to somewhere they have never lived.

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    Default Moving away?

    This is exactly what they have been thinking sm82!
    Where do xh's rights end and current partners rights begin??

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    with their respective children.

    The kids don't both HAVE to live with mum as far as the courts, society and other family members are concerned...


 

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