My ex husband and I divorced just recently after being separated for 4 years. He just recently told me that he wants to move 1-1/2 hours away, approximately 100 miles and take the children from the home they've been in, school, family and friends. My children don't want to move and are upset by the whole situation. They are set in their routines, grades are awesome ect... They can't stay with me because he is custodial parent. Even though they've expressed that they don't want to move, he doesn't see the pain our kids are going through and simply says "they'll adjust". As their mom, I worry about how this will affect my 9 and 11 year old. I left him because we just weren't working out and because he was the breadwinner and more stable than I was, I thought it would be best if I moved out and left the kids with him in an enviroment they were familiar with. I see them everyday and we don't have any kind of schedule but if they move, the distance will take a toll on my time with them. I work in Los Angeles and I really don't know how to handle this. Does anyone have any advise on what I can do to protect myself as well as my childrens well being even though I am not the custodial parent? Please no "hate" email. Everyone makes mistakes and learn from them..the best interest here is about the kids. Anyone have advice for a lost mom?
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