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Thank you for your question. I am a solicitor in Scotland. Your question was posted to UK law and I have retrieved it. I have read your narrative. Whose case is this, the mother's or the father's and what orders are sought. Does your son have an interim interdict against removal. I see a proof has been fixed. Who are the various witnesses? I have to say on balance and only from what you have said in your narrative there would appear to be better reasons that the child's life stays as it is than change just because she wants to go to college but I don't of course have all the facts. Tell me more about the bullying, for examp,e, and what is being done about that? Please tell me all relevant information and I will give you a view. It will of course just be a view. The court will hear the evidence and make an order based on what is thought to be in the best interests of the child.
I have nothing to add to what I said above. The evidence you have would on a balance of probabilities be sufficient for your son's case to be successful and there is no compelling reason why Ayrshire would be any better than Stranraer. The fact that they have also tried to move by stealth will not endear the mother to the court. I think you have a good case on paper. I hope that helps. Please leave a positive rating so that I am credited for my time