Q: Father has sole custody and trying to move kids over 400 miles away. Will the court allow him?
I ran away from my ex husband because he was mentally abusive. My kids were safer there than living with me in my car and I believed him when he said he wouldn’t take them from me.. fast forward 3 years and I am living back in the same town. Have the kids as often as he will allow me to according to our paperwork. Now he is trying to move the kids away. I know I can use that as a change of Circumstance. He is moving because his gf got a good job. My kids whole life is here. I got my oldest into karate for the last 1.5 years. Family. Cousins my ex won’t allow them to see. They have two older siblings with him that he doesn’t allow my kids to see. And they have a little brother from my new fiancé and I... I guess my real question is do I have a chance to get them back with me? I have a bit of PTSD from our marriage and all I can hear in my brain is he will win... also I’ve never done drugs and don’t drink.
A: A short post and response on social media is not going to be sufficient to address your concerns. Also it exposes your discussion to the public. For this type of situation you really want to make an appointment with an Attorney and have a private consultation where you can freely discuss the details of your relationships. Don't post any more on social media about this.
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