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Is a relocation in progress? - what to do?

I know she has had the house on the market for some time but the kids reassured me that they were not leaving the area, I'm starting to think that this is what they were told so I would not start any action over it, she has been very nice since ex-mas

Last night when talking to the kids I was told that they are moving 3 hours west and i would not be seeing them every second weekend only on the holidays, we have had orders in place now for 3 years but she has broken them before and with held contact so i started the first phase and went to RSA and they sent letters requesting mediation which she refused.

After her response they issued me with a certificate for court purposes last September, but i never went any further as she allowed the kids over again a week later, i suspect she is moving in with the boyfriend as that is where he lives,

I know she has had the house on the market for some time but the kids reassured me that they were not leaving the area, I'm starting to think that this is what they were told so I would not start any action over it, she has been very nice since ex-mas and we do talk but now I'm starting to think there were other motives, the orders also state that they are to be reviewed when the kids are of school age which was at the start of this year. I would like to get something going now  before or if they move.

Where do I start?:(

Last edit: by OneRingRules


If you don't talk about it, how can anyone help you move forward!
Join the SRLs would be a good place, click on the  Self Represented Litigants link on the home page of this site.
No-Justice
Thanks for the advice, I will do that and study up on the test, my friend found out today his ex did a runner with his boys under the pretence of holidays, I'm trying to get him to have a look at this great site, he is president of our local dads group and not to good at the moment

If you don't talk about it, how can anyone help you move forward!
Mate I would head to court ASAP. Once you have not had contact for a while and accepted that arrangement then it is HARD to get a turn around. File an affidavit and an application. file anything, get orders in some shape or form, cut out the ambiguties that happen when you don't have orders.

Last edit: by OneRingRules


Rarghhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!!

Han Solo routine "We're all fine here, thanks. How are you?" *weapons fire* "It was a boring conversation anyway!"
I still get contact and its open talk on the phone as well, I am getting the ball rolling next week as iv had a months notice of the intention to move, dragged all my blank copies of affidavits out monday also have copies on the puter ready to fill in just in case.  

If you don't talk about it, how can anyone help you move forward!
I assume you have this website for the FamCA, http://www.familylawcourts.gov.au/wps/wcm/connect/FLC
and this for the FMC http://www.fmc.gov.au/

The Word or Doc forms on both are usually interactive so you can fill them out (type into the required areas) on your computer then print out the whole completed form ready for signing.
mate you will have a hard time getting the orders in before she moves because you havent actually got any orders as far as i understand.

Rarghhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!!

Han Solo routine "We're all fine here, thanks. How are you?" *weapons fire* "It was a boring conversation anyway!"
How's it going imadad, if you are a part owner in the home you will be told of its sale as co signer.

Has she moved or did you get the Court to stop her?
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