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30 Apr 12 #327355 by mightyredmen
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Deja Vu time....

Last evening I received an email from my ex stating that I am once again not allowed to pick up my girls from school or have them overnight during the week. This happened before just after I came back from Australia last November. She eventually relented last time after about a week.

Again her reasoning is that it disrupts the girls schooling ( she used this chesnut last time ). Of course she has no evidence to support these claims. Strongly suspect this is all to do with impending FH on 8th May and CM calculation.

Getting a bit fed up with being dicked around now.

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30 Apr 12 #327374 by jonathancj
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Yes, it''s strangely coincidental, isn''t it? I don''t know why people seem to think that judges will fall for this sort of thing. Anyone would think that judges are simple souls who lead sheltered lives out of the rough and tumble of life. Nothing could be further from the truth! One evening a week is hardly going to make a material difference to how the FMH gets treated.

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