Our expert says:
Obviously you need good legal advice. You could spend a lot of time discussing what might be desirable, but for this to be useful, it needs to be based on legal facts of what could be obtained. I would expect any court to take very seriously the best interests of the children, above the wishes of your husband or even yourself.
That might need an assessment in discussion with the children, by a child psychologist, of course needing them to know what's going on. There may be respectable reasons for each of you to stay in the present main house, but his reasons for being apparently adamant about this, but to require his children to make 2 moves, just to suit his own wishes, may not be seen by the court as an overwhelming reason for agreeing.
Consult a good lawyer to inform yourself of the rights of yourself and the children, and then discuss what is desirable and practical.
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