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Hi I have joint custody with my ex.

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Hi I have joint custody with my ex. He has our son in Gibraltar as he was born there and attends school there. After the joint custody was put in place my ex disappeared with my Son for long periods of time. He has now informed me he is moving to Spain. Can I do anything?
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May I ask which court made the Order?
Customer: replied 3 years ago.



The supreme court in Gibraltar

Then I shall opt out and transfer it to our European law section
It will take a little time so please be patient and I hope matters resolve for you
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Thank you

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Can you please explain why my bank has been debited twice for two amounts of £22 when I have had no help?


If you do not agree with his decission to move the minor into Spain you could deny him to do it and demand in court that he do not be able to do it.
You can defend you deccision in court.
The judge will listen to you and he will decided what it the best for the minor
YOu have the chance to deny him to do it but you must contract an attorney to defend your rights
Contact a local attorney in Gibraltar and he will demand in court that the minor do not be allow to go out of there
I will be here if needed
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Experience: Spanish Attorney
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