my ex announced through a mediator (never formally or informally told me directly) that he wants to move across the country. He has lived here his entire life. I believe his new wife is the one who wants to move. His excuse is to go to a school program there ....he is 50 and the job change he is proposing would not be a lateral move but a downward move...... he wants the kids their vacations and all summer...... I have no specifics but I question who will be supervising the kids...... Though he owes over 25,000 in back support and is due to go to court for not paying any medical bills or variable bills in over 3 years....he says he is going to pay to transport them (now 2 kids under 18) .......my instinct is if he can't afford to pick up his college age daughter 2 hours away or pay for 1 prescription in years how is he going to support them during his placement period ..... I think if he wants to see them during the school year he can travel to them and stay with his parents and he shouldn't have them for any extended periods during the summer there.....r/t lack of supervision..... I also think he is a flight risk...... she has family with money conveniently just "across the border" from where he wants to go.... the whole thing is fishy..... any advise or experience to share .....do's and don't ......I have an experienced family law judge in the family (not same city)
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