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I am seperated from my wife for two years. I live in France

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I am seperated from my wife for two years. I live in France and she in England, by her choice. She lives with my duaghter (15) and I with my son (16).
My daughter wishes to return to France to complete her education. My wife wishes to reoccupy the family home. I am completly happy with supporting my children and do not need my wifes financial assistance. Can she simply move back?
I have not made any legal proceedings yet, but there are some issues with parenting and alcoholism on the part of my wife and I would prefer that the children stayed with me. The children are in support of this too.
Any advise on how to proceed would be appreciated.
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I am an spanish attorney
If your doughter wants to live with you, and you want to be with her, you have to demand the change of the sentence you have now, in court
The judge could listen to her, her wishes, and yours, and its very probably that the judge allow her to go
The judge always take care for the interest of the minor, so, its very probably that the judge take her wieshes in consideration and allow her to go with you
The only part who could deny her wishes in your ex, but the judge will accept as long as her wishes are clear, the monor wants to be with you
So, contract and attorney and ask him/her to demand the change in court
As it will be a contenciuos demand, you can manage in your place or in France, as you want.

I will be here if needed

Thank you
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

You have not replied to the question, can my ex just move back.

Your ex is free to move back or go whatever she wants

Your doughter needs your autorithation to move with your ex if you do not agree the change, or a judicial order

If your ex wants to move, she can do it. If the doughter wants to came with you, and the mother disagree you will need a judicial order

Thank you

Customer: replied 3 years ago.


My ex can move back into the house with me, even if I don't want her to?

No she can not

She needs a judicial order who allow her to use the propiety and force you to go

She can no appears in the propiety an stay in any case

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