Our expert says:
Family law expert
This is a difficult situation and your ex's conduct is appauling to say the least. Communication between parents post divorce should always be with the best interests of the children in mind. The determining factor is whether an intended move is in the best interests of the child. What was in the child's best interests, however, depended on the facts of each particular case. In determining whether a proposed move is in the best interests of the child, the Courts consider the custodian parent's interests, the reasonableness of his or her decision to relocate, the practical and other considerations on which that decision are based, and the extent to which he or she had properly thought through the advantages and disadvantages to the child of the proposed move. The views of a child is also a factor which the Court will take into account. Now the problem here is that the move had already taken place and it will be difficult to set the decision aside as this will not be in the interest of the children. I would approach the Court if I was you to alter the times you have them during weekends, thereby having them back on a sunday. There is not much you can do about the transport costs, you can try to claim it throught the maintenance court.
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