What if he has some plan to get around the work hours thing? Would that be approved do you think?
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04-02-2012 22:18 #21
04-02-2012 22:44 #22
How long have you lived where you currently reside and have the kids been in the school/daycare for the same period? If they are 'established' where they are, you can show connections to the community then this will be looked upon favourably. Painful but the longer this continues then the longer the kids will be in a settled routine iykwim.
04-02-2012 22:48 #23
We've been here for a month and DS2 started daycare almost immediately and DS1 started back at primary school last week. I think XH is wasting both our money in pursuing this.
05-02-2012 06:37 #24
Because he doesn't get to see her as much as I do he thinks he gets to dictate everything to me and when I raise any concern or disagree I'm not being "flexible" and us compromising is just me giving in, if I say no then I'm being difficult. After our disagreement about the 2 weekends in a row thing, he said he will now "map out" a schedule for the upcoming month and I will then have a week to respond and raise any concerns. He is so frustrating!!
Sorry for the long rant again haha!!
05-02-2012 10:37 #25
Kids have never come before work. If he had a day off prior to the separation he would rather spend it with his mates than with the boys or I. That's why I can't believe he's fighting this.
He's living in our old house.
05-02-2012 23:37 #26Junior Member
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I think you should know that there are definitely cases where the courts have ruled that the mother (that has moved after separation) and has been forced to move back to the fathers town or pay significant travel costs for the father to travel to the children or the children to travel to him. I can understand that wouldn't be likely had your children been in this new town for a significant amount of time, but I don't believe one month is very long. I would get more advice on this one.
06-02-2012 06:03 #27
Thanks fig jam. I know that that's a possibility :-)
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