They are 7 (turning 8 in 20 days) and 12. She did tell them they could finish at their current schools before the move, but she has changed her mind.
It would appear that she is moving to be closer to the new boyfriend's work and she has a nephew that lives there.
She is not employed and is not moving for work opportunities.
She has been seeing him 7 or 8 months. He as been staying over/ living with her for 6 months although she will probably deny it. She has since been pregnant and had a miscarriage.
Yes, I am married and we can most definitely care for the children. She recently kicked my oldest out, just before he was 12 and he stayed with us for one and a half months. He only retuned as she played the guilt game on him and told him she will loose her council house if he does not rerun home.
Thank you for all the information.
My consent order states that : The Husband shall pay periodical payments to the Wife. Payments shall be at the rate of £430 per month payable monthly in advance commencing on the 1't of the month following the Wife vacating the former matrimonial home aforesaid. They shall end on:-(a) The Wife's remarriage(b) The Wife's cohabitation with another person for a period in excess of six months(c) The death of either the Husband or Wife(d) 6th May 2018 (When the youngest child is aged 14 years)(e) Further OrderThe new boyfriend has been living with her for 6 months now, in her council accommodation which I have a feeling they have not informed the council about.How do I approach stopping her maintenance payments? I have proof, but her moving into a new home with the boyfriend will be the most substantial, but that would mean the children moving away, which is not what I believe is best for them.
6 months worth of video footage of his car parked there as well as confirmation from the children.
No. Nothing more.
If it is not sufficient, then can the court not access his mobile phone location records to prove he sleeps there every night?
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