That is generally correct. What exactly is who trying to do or stop and why? Thanks
My ex wife is trying to stop me from taking the children to see their grand father (recently widowed) in Namibia. As Namibia is not part of the Hague Convention on child abduction she is claiming there is a risk. This despite having agreed in Court to a two week holiday at Easter 2014. She insists my father has to travel to South Africa. In the event that she is successful on the 11th I might take my son next October and leave my daughter who will be 10 here in the UK for the holiday.
Yes that is correct
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