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I am sorry to hear this.
Are you asking about your belongings or the kids?
You don't really have the right to move them. The reason why is by moving out you have their mother what is called de facto custody. They live with her and there is no order for custody or access.
So your best next step is to commence legal proceedings to seek sole or joint custody.
With respect to your belongings you can remove your personal belongings when you want to as they are yours. That is not the same as household goods which you cannot remove without consent or a court order.
If possible you should retain a family lawyer to commence legal proceedings.
The longer you wait the more entrenched the status quo becomes with the kids and the harder it will be to get a court to change it.
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