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  • fluffy76
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13 Jul 12 #342870 by fluffy76
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Hi everyone,
Ex h is taking the children away as usual but once again has not said what countries they are going to.

No residence orders, both have PR. children live with me(his choice).

It would be common courtesy to let me know, but am I entitled to ask.

They are only going for about 17 days. I always offer half of all holidays but he wants to go back to work.

So, can I ask what countries they''ll be in or is this unreasonable?


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13 Jul 12 #342873 by alldone69
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You have every right to know where your children will be holidaying. ask in a nice way as im sure you will and be excited for the children, what an adventure xx

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