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    Default Separating from partner

    Last edited by azelqra; 06-08-2016 at 06:46.

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    I haven't been in this situation @azelqra and I'm sorry it's not amicable. For me it would come down to how long do you anticipate staying with your mum? And after that where do you think you might live?
    If you will only stay with mum for a short time then I'd stay at the existing daycare. If you think you'll stay with mum a long time and/or potentially end up living some distance from the daycare then I'd probably look to move him.
    Maybe move in with mum and keep the existing daycare in the interim til you know more about your future plans.
    If you're going through a difficult separation then I do think it's best to move out rather than rely on ex to pay the rent as the goalposts could shift at any time.


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