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In Spain its legal to go out of home
Its not a criminal offence
She has the right to do it if she wants
Now, she has to look for an spanish attorney if she wants to force you to go
The attorney will put a divorce demand and ask the judge to force you to go
In order to defend you, you must contact a local attorney
If its possible you two get an arregement, to negotiate, the procedure will be fastaer and cheaper
The points to negotaite are
1 Who will get the custody of the children
2 In spain usually is given to the woman, and the shared custody Its NOT the usual rule
In second place who will get the use of the propiety, the hause
Usually its given the use to the part who has the custody
3 The visit calendar of visitation to the children for the non custody parent
and in the last place of this short resume the money who has to pay the non custody parent to the custody one
In short, Its legal what she has done, and you must look for an attorney to get the right to visit the minors in a legal way and sehe needs to get an attorney to force you to go out of home to use with the minors
Since the first day your attorney could demand that you could see the minors, and once the judge has allow it she could not refuse
But the legal way its with the help of an attorney, a local attorney, no more ways
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I know its a terrible situation but its the way you have to take now
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